Weather delays Atlantic rowing challenge
An attempt by injured servicemen to row across the Atlantic has been delayed by poor weather.
The four-man team, which includes two soldiers who lost limbs in Afghanistan, was due to start its 50-day challenge on Monday.
Organisers said weather conditions meant the race would now be delayed until Wednesday.
The Row2Recovery team hope to finish the Canary Islands to AntiguaTalisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge in January.
Cayle Royce and Scott Blaney, injured by improvised explosive devices, are on the team with James Kayll and Mark Jenkins.
They will split the rowing by doing two hours on and two hours off while living on freeze-dried food.