Invictus Games | How Canadian soldiers stared down horrors of war through sports
Air Date: Sep 26, 2017 8:06 AM ET
With the Invictus Games underway, one current and one former Canadian soldier share their horrific experiences in the Afghan war and how competing in sports has helped them.
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