A sinking boat prompted two men to swim to shore to save their lives.
Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad could get her own monument on the Florida Keys beach where she staggered ashore after a 53-hour swim from Cuba.
World-record swimmer Diana Nyad is hanging up her goggles at least when it comes to swimming in saltwater.
Three thousand endurance athletes from more than 60 countries competed in the “City Bikes Iron Man 70.3 Triathlon” in Miami on Sunday.
Fifth times the charm for swimmer Diana Nyad who, at 64, feels as if she’s “truly dead center in the prime” of her life.
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.
After several failed attempts to swim to the Florida Keys from Cuba, endurance athlete Diana Nyad will make yet one more attempt–one she says will be her last.
Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad is ready to make one final attempt to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys.