# Damian Browne

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# one man's everest
'I like the person I become the harder stuff gets'
Ex-rugby player Damian Browne is working his way towards The Seven Summits. Everest awaits.
# mental strength
Damian Browne on the capsizes, calm, blood and tears of his epic solo row across the Atlantic
We caught up with the former Connacht and Leinster lock as he rested up in Antigua after an incredible 4,800km solo row versus rough seas.
# Resilient
'I capsized twice in six hours... all I knew was my head got smashed against the side of the cabin'
The low points stand out as the most vivid memories for Damian Browne after he completed his epic 4,800-kilometre row.
# terra firma
After 64 days at sea ex-Connacht and Leinster lock Browne completes epic row across Atlantic
‘Without a doubt this is the toughest challenge I have ever taken on,’ said Browne after embracing his parents, brother and sister in Antigua.
# long haul
Former Connacht and Leinster lock Browne preparing to row across the Atlantic
Now 37, the second row is raising money for MSF, Madra and the Strong Roots foundation.
# Rise
'Bundee Aki could become mayor of Galway, the way people are loving him!'
Andrew Browne outlines some of the reasons Connacht find themselves in the Pro12 final.
# Homegrown
Connacht's 'grassroots to green shirts' mantra driving improvement
Experienced forward Andrew Browne explains the motivational power of playing for his home province
# Team news
PRO12: Heaslip gets the captaincy nod in depleted Leinster line-up
Andrew Conway and Ian Madigan both feature in the backline for Saturday’s league match against Munster.
# locked down
Thorn exit will not hamper Leinster - Cullen
The Blues’ captain can’t wait to get stuck into a new season with a freshly stocked second row.
# local pride
Nacewa back in starting XV for Leinster's trip west
Both Connacht and Leinster have named their sides for tomorrow’s meeting in Galway.
# Team-sheets
Leinster launch cup defence without injured Healy
Joe Schmidt has made three changes for tomorrow’s Heineken Cup opener against Montpellier.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
United cruise into the Champions League final, Follow The Plan claims the Punchestown Gold Cup, and German football legend Lothar Matthaus throws a bit of a strop.
# Road to Dublin
Leinster seal deals with Carr and Browne
Joe Schmidt happy with the business Leinster have done today.