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Nyad Says Record-Setting Swim Was to 'Fully Engaged' in Life

  • Aired: 09/03/2013
  • 02:40
  • Rating: NR
Diana Nyad has made history as the first person to swim the 110-mile Florida Strait. This was Nyad's fifth attempt at the feat, and it took her 53 hours to complete. "I wanted this swim, this endeavor not to just be the athletic record," Nyad, 64, said, "I wanted it to be a lesson for my life that says, be fully engaged."
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