Amputee Smashes Able-Bodied World Record For Trans-Atlantic Solo Row

In This Album: Lee Spencer
Amputee Smashes Able-Bodied World Record For Trans-Atlantic Solo Row
In This Photo: Lee Spencer
In this handout image supplied by the Rowing Marine, Lee Spencer, a 49 year-old single leg amputee, celebrates as he becomes the world’s first physically disabled person to row solo across the Atlantic, completing the feat in 60 days, on March 11, 2019 in Cayenne, French Guiana. Lee undertook the row to demonstrate that no-one should be labelled or defined by their disabilities whilst also raising money for the Endeavour Fund and The Royal Marines Charity.
(March 10, 2019 - Source: \2010914\/Getty Images Europe)