News | Apr 7, 2013 | 4:19

Rebecca Sterritt interview

CBC's Christine Birak speaks with Rebecca Sterritt, the wife of Canadian Olympian Adam Kreek, who was one of four men rescued after their row boat capsized north of Puerto Rico.

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