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Some Skeptics Think Diana Nyad Had Help Swimming From Cuba to Florida

64-year-old swimmer plans to address her critics and set the record straight tomorrow via Skype.
01:47 | 09/09/2013

Transcript for Some Skeptics Think Diana Nyad Had Help Swimming From Cuba to Florida

Next tonight 64-year-old diana nyad was celebrated for that swim from cuba to key west. Today skeptics were saying her triumph was too good to be true. Did she have secret help? She says she'll speak... See More
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