Victoria Nolan shares how she used sports to cope with depression Add to ...


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Show Description
Toronto school teacher and World Champion rower Victoria Nolan lost her vision following the birth of her second child. Nolan explains how sports helped her cope with the depression that accompanied the loss of her sight.

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