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SHEKHDAR
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April 09, 2001
Lone British rower Jim Shekhdar attends a press conference in London April 9, 2001. Shekhdar became the...
London, UK
Lone British rower Jim Shekhdar attends a press conference in London April 9, 2001. Shekhdar became .....
Lone British rower Jim Shekhdar attends a press conference in London April 9, 2001. Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swimashore to North Stradbroke Island off Queensland state on Australia's mid-northeast coast.
BRITAIN
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April 09, 2001
Lone British rower Jim Shekhdar attends a press conference in London April 9, 2001. Shekhdar became the...
London, UK
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR ATTENDS A PRESS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Lone British rower Jim Shekhdar attends a press conference in London April 9, 2001. Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swim ashore to North Stradbroke Island off Queensland state on Australia's mid-northeast coast.

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LIFE ROWER AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN
AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN
AUSTRALIA'S NORTH ...
YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN
AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.


British rower Jim Shekhdar hangs on to the side of his boat Le Shark
after being tossed out while negotiating huge breaking surf prior to
coming ashore on North Stradbroke Island March 30, 2001. Lone British
rower Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the
Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight
of land and he was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the
epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and
has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific solo, continent
to continent without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage. YEAREND
PICTURES 2001 REUTERS/Greg White
LIFE ROWER AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
British rower Jim Shekhdar celebrates with wife Jane and a beer after emerging from the surf on North...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.
British rower Jim Shekhdar celebrates with wife Jane and a beer after emerging from the surf on North Stradbroke Island March 30, 2001. The lone rower became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific solo, continent to continent without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage.

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LIFE ROWER AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
British rower Jim Shekhdar emerges from the surf after being thrown from his boat Le Shark upon entry...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR LANDS ON AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.
British rower Jim Shekhdar emerges from the surf after being thrown from his boat Le Shark upon entry through big surf to North Stradbroke island March 30, 2001. Lone British rower Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific solo, continent to continent without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage.

GW/PB
AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
British rower Jim Shekhdar scrambles from the surf aided by his ecstatic daughters Sarah (L) and Anna...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR LANDS ON AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.
British rower Jim Shekhdar scrambles from the surf aided by his ecstatic daughters Sarah (L) and Anna after being thrown from his boat Le Shark upon entry through big surfs at North Stradbroke island March 30, 2001. Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage.

GW/DL
LIFE ROWER AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
British rower Jim Shekhdar tumbles out of his boat Le Shark as he negotiates breaking surf prior to coming...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.
British rower Jim Shekhdar tumbles out of his boat Le Shark as he negotiates breaking surf prior to coming ashore on North Stradbroke Island March 30, 2001. Lone British rower Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific solo, continent to continent, without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage.

GW/PB
LIFE ROWER AUSTRALIA
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March 30, 2001
British rower Jim Shekhdar hangs on to the side of his boat Le Shark after being tossed out while negotiating...
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
BRITISH ROWER JIM SHEKHDAR NEGOTIATE'S SURF IN AUSTRALIA'S NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND.
British rower Jim Shekhdar hangs on to the side of his boat Le Shark after being tossed out while negotiating huge breaking surf prior to coming ashore on North Stradbroke Island March 30, 2001. Lone British rower Shekhdar became the first man to row unassisted across the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but only after his boat was swamped in sight of land and he was forced to swim ashore. Shekhdar, 54, finished the epic 275-day journey after setting out from Ilo, Peru last July, and has rowed approximately 8.500 miles across the Pacific solo, continent to continent without being re-supplied in the ten month voyage.

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