Torn ligament forces U.S. champion to take a break from training
WATCH: Nyad Reflects on Historic Cuba-to-Florida Swim
Diana Nyad speaks to CNN about achieving her decades-long dream of swimming from Cuba to Florida.
Fifth Time Was Charm for Cuba-Florida Swimmer
Inside the “extreme dream” of Diana Nyad
WATCH: Diana Nyad Steps Ashore in Key West
Diana Nyad completed a world-record-breaking 110-mile swim Monday between Cuba and Key West, Florida, arriving ashore to a throng of fans. This was her fifth attempt at completing the swim.
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Diana Nyad Completes Cuba-to-Florida Swim on Fifth Try
Diana Nyad completed a historic 110-mile swim between Cuba and Florida without the protection of a shark cage Monday, a journey the 64-year-old has tried four times before.
64-Year-Old Swimmer Breaks World Record for Distance Swim
Veteran swimmer on fifth attempt to cross the Florida Straits
Dara Torres: Oldest Olympic Hopeful at Swim Trials
She’s 45 and trying for her sixth Olympic Games. And she admits it isn’t easy
The Duel in the Pool: Meet Ryan Lochte, the Man Who Beat Michael Phelps (and Wants to Again)
If the drama in the 2008 Olympic pool was all about Michael Phelps, at the London Games it will be focused on the battle between Phelps and teammate Ryan Lochte
Want Your Kids To Be Swimmers? Watch Out.
Why swimming is such a challenging sport for kids – and their parents. Still, you can learn invaluable lessons in the pool
Q&A With Olympic Swimmer Amanda Beard: Playboy, Pools and Playdates
Amanda Beard competed in her first Olympic Games as an innocent 14 year old. Now a mother and training for her fifth Games, she opens up about depression, cutting, bulimia and abusive relationships in her new book “In the Water …
Taking a Dive: Is Great British Hope Tom Daley Set for an Unsuccessful Olympic Games?
Why hasn’t Daley harnessed his obvious abilities as a springboard to predicted success this summer?