Back in the boat
Still covered in lanolin and wearing her see-through cap, Marilyn Korzekwa settles back into the boat after 16 hours and 41 minutes in the water.
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Hamilton’s Marilyn Korzekwa’s success in becoming first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick to PEI benefits Good Shepherd Centre

Debra Downey

Last Sunday morning, Korzekwa became the first person to swim from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick and...

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