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Who is Adam Kreek?
Adam Kreek is a Canadian rower. Born in London, Ontario, he was a student at the University of Victoria where he met his wife Rebecca. He won the gold medal at both the 2003 and 2002 world championships for Canada's men's eight team in Milan, Italy and Seville, Spain respectively. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Kreek competed with the Canadian men's eight, who were widely expected to win a medal but ultimately finished in fifth place. After the Olympics he moved to Stanford University to complete a degree in Geotechnical Engineering and Hydrology and continue his rowing career there under Coach Craig Amerkhanian. In 2005 Kreek took the summer off to get married and spend time with his wife. Kreek coached at Stanford Rowing Center in 2006 and 2007 for the Junior Crew.
- born on (35 years ago) in Canada
- nationality: Canada
- education: University of Victoria
- medal: 2008 Summer Olympics - Gold medal for Canada in Rowing – Men's eight, with Ben Rutledge, Kevin Light, Malcolm Howard, Andrew Byrnes, Jake Wetzel, Dominic Seiterle, Kyle Hamilton
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