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New web site charts progress of lone Atlantic oarsman.

INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

A new web site has been set up by marketing consultancy Black Sun Plc that enables visitors to chart the progress of a solo oarsman on his journey across the Atlantic.

Martin Wood is attempting to row across the Atlantic from La Gomera in the Canaries to the West Indies in approximately three months. The web site - located at http://www.3000miles.co.uk - includes information on Wood's boat, himself, his journey, his training schedule, his provisions, his daily routine, his sponsors and the charity he is attempting to raise money for, The Children's Adventure Farm Trust.

Once the voyage is underway the web site will be updated with Wood's progress and any photos that he takes of the journey.

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Date:Jan 17, 2003
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