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World record: brothers have become the fastest and youngest trio to row across the Atlantic

***EXCLUSIVE*** An intrepid team of brothers have become the fastest trio to row across the Atlantic - after 35 days at sea. The MacLean brothers beat the previous record by six days, rowing from La Gomera in Spain to Antigua in the Caribbean in just 35 days, nine hours and nine minutes. The team - known as BROAR - set three world records in total - becoming the first three brothers to row across any ocean and also the youngest trio to row across the Atlantic. The brothers, Jamie, Ewan and Lachlan, set off from Spain on December 12 last year and have now completed their 3,000-mile ocean crossing - overcoming seasickness, battery issues, storms, dehydration and exhaustion.

Quadruple amputee 11-year-old old boy is the first person in the world to receive an advanced bionic arm with an official Star Wars R2-D2 design

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kye’s bionic ‘Hero Arm’ is manufactured by Open Bionics, who work closely with Disney and Lucasfilm on designs for children. Kye contracted Meningococcal Septicaemia C when he was 8 years old. Doctors managed to save his life but he then caught an infection and they had to amputate both of Kye's lower legs, his right hand, and part of his left hand. Kye immediately wanted to become a bionic boy, so the family started crowdfunding for a Hero Arm.

These unbelievable pictures shows the moment a daring diver was SNAPPED swimming with majestic crocodiles

***EXCLUSIVE*** Roberto Ocha took the pictures while  swimming mere inches from the mighty predators as he filmed a documentary about marine life in the Gardens of The Queen, Cuba. The Ocean Videographer who focuses on marine life conservation Said: “The images show American Crocodiles interacting with divers” “I wanted to change people’s perspective about crocodiles and the interaction you can have with this species.”

A beach artist has sketched a giant sand picture of her late gran swimming in a derelict outdoor pool where she bathed in the 1920s

***EXCLUSIVE*** Retired GP Claire Eason spent three hours drawing the image of her beloved gran Rosie Brindle who kept fit doing lengths at the outdoor pool in Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear, almost 100 years ago.  Claire, 55, used garden tools to create the image to represent Rosie, who was born in 1912 and swam in the pool from when it was opened in the 1920s.  The image is 25-metres long and will last longer than her other creations, as it will only be washed away in the raised pool next time there is a very high tide.  Claire, from Worksop, Notts., took aerial footage of the drawing.  She used to visit the pool with Rosie when she was a little girl, and it was this which developed her love of the coast, she believes.  Rosie died in 1984 aged 73 and had worked as a driver as well as owning a small credit business. She lived in South Shields, Tyne and Wear.  She had one child, Claire‚Äôs father Robert Brindle, who worked as a teacher and died six years ago also aged 73.  Claire has two children, a son aged 22 and daughter aged 19.  The outdoor pool fell into disuse but there is a campaign to renovate it led by the Friends of Tynemouth Outdoor Pool.

British Army veteran, 52, who served in the military for 30 years has swapped combat boots for knee high boots after coming out as transgender

***EXCLUSIVE*** A military veteran who served for 30 years has swapped her combats for dresses -- after coming out as transgender. Andrea Halliley, 52, was born as Andrew but hid her feelings for most of her life - even keeping her emotions secret from her wife and three children. Serving in the military, Andi would wear combats in the day before sneaking to her room at night to get changed into womens' clothes she'd bought from nearby shops. She revealed her true identity when she retired from her career as an infantry soldier in the Army in February 2015, bravely confessing to her family.

15-year-old saved his dad’s life after a catastrophic digger accident

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 15-year-old has been hailed a hero for saving his dad's life after a horrific digger accident - by giving emergency treatment then driving his family car to get help. Quick-thinking Jacob Kelly administered first aid to his dad after his foot got caught up rotating machinery - nearly ripping it off. Jacob then jumped in his dad's Jeep and drove up to a main road - flagging down a passing motorist. His amazing actions meant an ambulance could then get to dad Nigel in time - saving his life.