Diana Nyad launched a full-throttled defense as she went head-to-head with her critics Tuesday.
Record setting endurance swimmer Diana Nyad will face her critics Tuesday who have expressed skepticism over her latest achievement.
Swollen and sunburned, 64-year-old Diana Nyad is now out of a Key West hospital and all alone in the record books as the only person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage.
U.S. endurance swimmer Diana Nyad completed her historic swim from the shores of Cuba to the beach at Key West Monday afternoon.
In her final attempt to swim to the Florida Keys from Cuba, U.S. endurance athlete Diana Nyad has made it through her first night without any problems.
It’s “one and done” for an Australian endurance swimmer who tried Wednesday to be the first woman to swim from Cuba to Florida without the use of a shark cage.
An Australian woman abruptly ended her attempt to swim from Havana To the Florida Keys Wednesday night.
Suffering through jellyfish stings on her face, Diana Nyad is in day two of her quest to swim from Cuba to Florida in shark-infested waters without a protective cage.
Marathon swimmer Diana Nyad braved schools of jellyfish Saturday while testing the limits of human endurance on a quest to break her own 3-decade-old distance record, in her third attempt at swimming from Havana to Florida, with a possible landing in the middle Keys.
Endurance athlete Diana Nyad is about to go back in the water for her third attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida and set a world record at the age of 62.