Updated: Sep 19
The Independent reports: Ross Edgley, 32, has not set foot on land since he left Kent on 1 June on his 2000-mile challenge. On Tuesday he broke Benoit Lecomte’s record of 73 days spent swimming across the Atlantic ocean in 1998, his team said.
He swims for two six hour stretches a day when the tide changes and rests for the remainder of the time on his support boat.
However he estimates he still has another 60 days of swimming to go before he reaches Margate to complete the challenge. More…