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Nyad will meet Tuesday with “her peers in the swimming community,” said a …
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Diana Nyad speaks to CNN about achieving her decades-long dream of swimming from Cuba to Florida.
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.
Read more: http://keepingscore.blogs.time.com/2013/09/02/diana-nyad-becomes-the-first-to-complete-cuba-to-florida-swim/#ixzz2dmZpf3J5
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