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After four weeks at sea the plucky women, known as the Seagals, have rowed more than 1,300miles in their tiny 24 foot-long boat, Go Commando.
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FOUR women attempting to become the first female crew ever to row around the coast of Britain have reached John O'Groats.
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After four weeks at sea the plucky women, known as the Seagals, have rowed more than 1,300miles in their tiny 24 foot-long boat, Go Commando.
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After four weeks at sea the plucky women, known as the Seagals, have rowed more than 1,300miles in their tiny 24 foot-long boat, Go Commando.
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After four weeks at sea the plucky women, known as the Seagals, have rowed more than 1,300miles in their tiny 24 foot-long boat, Go Commando.
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Belinda Kirk, Laura Thomasson, Angela Madsen and Beverly Ashton collectively known as "The Seagals" pose for a picture after some last minute practice in Portsmouth prior to the start of the GB Row Challenge
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On 1st June 2010, 4 ordinary women in a 24ft rowing boat will take on the mighty task of rowing around Great Britain non-stop and completely un-aided.
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Belinda Kirk, Laura Thomasson, Angela Madsen and Beverly Ashton collectively known as "The Seagals" put in some last minute practice in Portsmouth prior to the start of the GB Row Challenge
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Belinda Kirk, Laura Thomasson, Angela Madsen and Beverly Ashton collectively known as "The Seagals" pose for a picture after some last minute practice in Portsmouth prior to the start of the GB Row Challenge
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Belinda Kirk, Laura Thomasson, Angela Madsen and Beverly Ashton collectively known as "The Seagals" pose for a picture after some last minute practice in Portsmouth prior to the start of the GB Row Challenge
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Sir Richard Branson posing with the Virgin Trophy, the prize for the winners of the Virgin GB Row which sets off from Tower Bridge in London. The row is non-stop, without assistance for 2,010 miles around the treacherous waters of mainland Great Britain t
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SeaGals Skipper, Belinda Kirk, from Bristol set off from Tower Bridge in London with her team mates to row non-stop, without assistance for 2,010 miles around the treacherous waters of mainland Great Britain to win the Virgin Trophy and up to 45,000 in p
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