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Atlantic rower hopeful a month into journey

Leo Rosette, shown training on the Charles River, is aiming to become the oldest American to row across an ocean alone. Leo Rosette, shown training on the Charles River, is aiming to become the oldest American to row across an ocean alone. (Mark Wilson/ Globe Staff/ File 2008)
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / February 3, 2010

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Thirty days after retired deputy US marshal Leo Rosette launched his rowboat from the Canary Islands in a bid to become the oldest American to row across an ocean alone, he called from the Atlantic yesterday to say he is feeling pretty good after completing about a quarter of his odyssey. (Full article: 570 words)

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