Rufus Mitchell-Heggs (research assistant and PhD student - Morris lab) has successfully landed in Antigua after rowing the Atlantic!
Huge congratulations to team “enginoars" completing the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge which is widely known as the world’s toughest row!
CDBS research assistant and PhD student in Richard Morris’ laboratory, Rufus Mitchell-Heggs, has landed in Antigua after rowing the Atlantic from The Canary Islands. He leads a team of four engineers - the “enginoars" - who joined in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge leaving in early December. They took 36 days and arrived safely on 18th January. The photos show their elation in making it!