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British rower Charlie Pitcher has correctly set a different planet document, finishing a transatlantic solo row in just 35 days and 33 minutes. He wore aBremont ALT1-Pthroughout the obstacle. Starting on February 6th 2013 in La Gomera, off the northwest coast of Africa, Pitcher rowed for two,900 miles to Barbados, finishingan outstanding five times, 9 several hours and eleven minutes faster when compared to the preceding document. Utilizing the world's most innovative ocean-rower, Pitcher prepared to row for sixteen hrs daily, manage his boat for four several hours, and rest to the remaining 4 several hours. Through the entire challenge the boat rolled 2 times, experienced 4 knockdowns and one particular cabin slap, though the 50-year-old father of four was capable to occasionally normal upwards of ninety miles every day. Writing at his website, Pitcher claimed: "I dreamed of getting the first person to interrupt forty times to cross the Atlantic solo rowing, but that has a best timing to my commence day and outstanding climate for most of my journey, together with the most effective gear I could quite possibly have plus the backing and assist from my sponsors, a wonderful schooling programme and the re-fuelling of vitality from receiving the many goodwill messages from all my supporters, [and] the team at the rear of me, we smashed it!"Charlie Pitcher wore a Bremont ALT1-P, with its 43 mm hardened stainless steel Trip-Tick case with scratch resistant PVD treated situation barrel, plus a domed anti-reflective, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The replica watch includes a patented internal bi-directional Roto-Click bezel, operated by a crown at 8 o'clock, and fingers coated with SuperLumiNova C3 luminous coating. Movement is modified BE-53AE automatic calibre, accredited by COSC. Bremontco-founder Giles English mentioned: "When [Charlie] approached the brand name we knew how determined he was to be successful. Bremont are often on the lookout for interesting explorers to hyperlink with which challenge is a fantastic in shape for us with all the will need for ideal timing precision likewise as tests the upmost longevity and power. " Oxbow races from the Longines clockat the end line on the 138th functioning on the Preakness STaesk yesterday. (photograph: Diane Bondareff/Invision for Longines/AP Illustrations or photos)Yesterday in Baltimore, the prestigious 138th Preakness Stakes befell the next leg from the 2013 Triple Crown. Even though Orb experienced gained the Kentucky Derby previously this month, yesterday, Oxbow took the win upsetting the chance to get a Triple Crown get in Belmont. Oxbow led the race from start to end in Preakness, and it represented the sixth victory for Corridor of Fame coach D. Wayne Lukas an fifteenth Triple Crown victory (probably the most in horse racing history). Orb completed fourth just after startin about the rail position. Jockey Gary Stevens on Oxbow celebrates. (image: Diane Bondareff/Invision for Longines/AP Illustrations or photos)There to time all 3 races is Longines, the Swiss watchmaker identified for its well known timepieces. Given that the Formal replica watch and Timekeeper of the situations, Longines includes a visible existence on the tracks with clocks and a electronic Longines countdown clock. The brand also presents replica watches to the owner, coach and jockey from the winning horse. The truth is, the Maryland Jockey Club introduced a long-term partnership with Longines that includes naming Longines given that the Official Timekeeper and replica watch with the Preakness Stakes, as well as being the title spouse during the Longines Dixie Stakes, and the presenting associate with the International Pavilion. Juan Carlos-Capelli, center, along with his son Thomas, and Jennifer Judkins, still left, each of Longines, award trainer D. Wayne Lukas, second still left, jockey Gary Stevens and Erin Kelley, daughter of owner Brad Kelley, with their Longines St. Imier chronographs immediately after their horse Oxbow received the 138th Preakness Stakes, May eighteen, 2013, in Baltimore, MD. (Diane Bondareff/Invision for Longines/AP Images)Longines president Walter von K? nel stated. "This new partnership reinforces our motivation to equestrian athletics from the US and demonstrates our devotion to and keenness for these enjoyable sports, which match correctly with our core values of class, custom and general performance. "