Diana Nyad, left, and Bonnie Stoll intend to travel by foot across America.
Diana Nyad, left, and Bonnie Stoll intend to travel by foot across America. Courtesy of EverWalk Courtesy of EverWalk
Diana Nyad, left, and Bonnie Stoll intend to travel by foot across America. Courtesy of EverWalk Courtesy of EverWalk

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