LONG DISTANCE WINNER: Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad talks to the media, during a press conference in Key West in 2013. She said the biggest challenge was swallowing large amounts of seawater, which made her vomit often. The 64-year-old is the first swimmer to make the 110-mile journey without a shark cage.
LONG DISTANCE WINNER: Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad talks to the media, during a press conference in Key West in 2013. She said the biggest challenge was swallowing large amounts of seawater, which made her vomit often. The 64-year-old is the first swimmer to make the 110-mile journey without a shark cage. J Pat Carter AP
LONG DISTANCE WINNER: Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad talks to the media, during a press conference in Key West in 2013. She said the biggest challenge was swallowing large amounts of seawater, which made her vomit often. The 64-year-old is the first swimmer to make the 110-mile journey without a shark cage. J Pat Carter AP

Diana Nyad to re-create her famous swim in new stage show in Key West

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