Open Water

Diana Nyad Completes The 110 Mile Swim From Cuba To Key West, Florida Just Under 53 Hours

64 year-old DIana Nyad becomes the first to complete the 110 mile swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida without a shark tank. She completed the swim in less than 52 hours. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)


Diana Nyad At the End of the 110 Mile Cuba to Florida Swim – Photo Vault

Diana Nyad at the end of her 110 mile Cuba to Florida swim. And here’s the Tweet via danadamato: “So honored to see #DianaNyad complete her swim from Cuba to Key West. Very inspirational to watch this! Congrats, Diana!!!”

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Diana Nyad Less Than 2 Miles from Key West

10: 40am ET, 49 hours and 40 minutes into her Xtreme Dream, her epic Cuba to Florida open water swim,…


Nyad Closing In on Key West; 49 Hours In to Journey

Diana Nyad’s position on Monday morning, which is less than 10 miles away from Key West, Florida. (Map from


Nyad Surpasses Furthest Cage-Less Swim; 38 Hours In

Diana Nyad’s latest position as of 12:44 AM on Monday morning Eastern Time. (Map tracking courtesy

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Kitajima’s in: Huge Field 2013 Waikiki Roughwater Swim

2012 Waikiki Roughwater Swim champion Rhys Mainstone is the top seed for tomorrow’s race. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)

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As Storm Breaks, Nyad Making Big Progress Toward Florida

Diana Nyad, equipped with her specially-designed jellyfish suit, is making significant progress in her 110-mile swim from Havana, Cuba to…


5th time a charm? Nyad’s “Final” Cuba to Florida Swim Start Very Near

Diana Nyad, pictured here in her second attempt in 2011, will be hitting the water any time for another go at the Cuba to Florida swim. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)

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So Stacked – 2013 RCP Tiburon Mile Deep with Talent

RCP Tiburon Mile Race Director Bob Placak (center) with 2012 winners Kane Radford and Melissa Gorman. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)

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Olympian Haley Anderson Set to Make Hometown Appearance

U.S. Olympic silver medalist and recent World Championships gold medalist Haley Anderson (Granite Bay, Calif.) will make a hometown appearance with the Sierra Marlins Swim Team at Lake Natomas on Saturday, Aug. 31 at 9 a.m. PT in Folsom, Calif. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis,

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Change is hard – opportunities breed new hope: Ashley Twichell on moving back to North Carolina

“It’s been a very, very difficult decision, but in the end I truly feel this is what I need to continue in swimming”, Ashley Twichell on leaving the Mission Viejo Nadadores (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)


Night Train Does the Trick: New World Open Water Swimming Record

The Night Train 228 relay has set a world record for the longest continuous open water swim relay. (file photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)


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