Diana Nyad joins Matt Holzman back in the KCRW studios for a look at her big dream and her hopes for the future. Although the elements and bureaucracy frustrated her attempts to complete her Cuba-Florida swim this summer, she calls her endeavor a success -- and vows next summer to continue where she left off. We'll be right there with her.
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