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      The Impossible Row Makes Landfall in Antarctica

      Twelve days after departing from Cape Horn, Chile, the Ohana reached Antarctica.

      December 27, 2019
      By: Discovery

      So close!

      The Ohana in the homestretch.

      Jumping off the rowboat.

      The Impossible Row crew stands after rowing to Antarctica. From left: Andrew Towne, Cameron Bellamy, John Petersen, Colin O’Brady, Fiann Paul, Jamie Douglas-Hamilton.

      Colin O'Brady is overjoyed to touch land after 12 days of rowing.

      Making the impossible, possible.

      All in.

      The end of an incredible journey.

      Oars up! From left: Fiann Paul, John Petersen, Colin O'Brady, Jamie Douglas-Hamilton, Cameron Bellamy, Andrew Towne.

      Time to celebrate! Back from left: Cameron Bellamy, John Petersen, Colin O'Brady, Andrew Towne, Jamie Douglas-Hamilton, Fiann Paul. Front: Jenna Besaw.

      Colin O'Brady stands with the rowboat Ohana in the background.

      The Impossible Row team stands with the Ohana in Antarctica. From left: Fiann Paul, Colin O'Brady, Andrew Towne, Jamie Douglas-Hamilton, Cameron Bellamy, John Petersen.

      First couple of adventure, Jenna Besaw and Colin O'Brady stand in Antarctica after completing The Impossible Row.

      The Ohana taking a rest after traveling 600 miles across the Drake Passage.

      After the adventure. From left: Andrew Towne, Cameron Bellamy, Colin O'Brady, John Petersen, Fiann Paul, Jamie Douglas-Hamilton.

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