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4-man team wins trans-Pacific race

Team Uniting Nations rows the 2,400 miles from California to Hawaii in 43 days

By Timothy Hurley

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 23, 2014

~~<p>Hot, thirsty, hungry and tired, a team of four sunburned men from the four corners of the world rowed into the Ala Wai Boat Harbor on Tuesday afternoon, ending an epic 43-day journey across the Pacific.</p>
<p>Team Uniting Nations &mdash; featuring a crew from New Zealand, the Netherlands, South Korea and Great Britain &mdash; won the inaugural Great Pacific Race, the first of 13 teams rowing 2,400 miles from Monterey, Calif., to Hono&shy;&shy;lulu and setting a record time for a four-man crew.</p>
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Hot, thirsty, hungry and tired, a team of four sunburned men from the four corners of the world rowed into the Ala Wai Boat Harbor on Tuesday afternoon, ending an epic 43-day journey across the Pacific.

Team Uniting Nations — featuring a crew from New Zealand, the Netherlands, South Korea and Great Britain — won the inaugural Great Pacific Race, the first of 13 teams rowing 2,400 miles from Monterey, Calif., to Hono­­lulu and setting a record time for a four-man crew. Login for more...



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