An Australian woman abruptly ended her attempt to swim from Havana To the Florida Keys Wednesday night.
An Australian swimmer will attempt this week to become the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage.
An Australian woman is getting in some practice in the waters off Key West in preparation for her attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida.
Many people will set one or two modest goals for the year of 2013, but a 27-year-old woman is setting a New Years Resolution that isn’t so common, and it’s all to benefit a good cause.
The fourth try was not the charm for endurance swimmer Diana Nyad in her attempt to swim from Cuba to the Keys. Early Tuesday morning she was pulled from the water; she was about 50 miles off the coast of Key West.
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad continues to plow through through stormy seas Monday, trying one more time to complete the marathon journey from Cuba to Florida. She wants to arrive in the Florida Keys before her 63rd birthday on Wednesday.
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.
Here she goes again, but this time she may be jellyfish-proof.
Marathon swimmer Diana Nyad is hoping the fourth time will be the charm.
Unable to close the gap on the last 26 miles, a 49-year-old grandmother and veteran endurance swimmer ended her quest to be the first woman to swim unaided from Cuba to the Florida Keys.