She already swam from Cuba to Florida and now super athlete Diana Nyad tells TMZ Sports she has brand new goal -- she wants to pull a Forrest Gump and trek across the USA by foot!
Dancing with the Stars Sneak Peek
Dancing with the Stars: Results Show Sneak Peek
Week 5 Results Show
In September 2013, after four unsuccessful previous attempts, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. Find out what mantra kept her going.
Professional dancers Derek and Julianne Hough, and celebrity dancer Drew Lachey, talk about how they come up with the costumes and what say they have in it.
Kristi, Cristian and Jason prepare for a new element to the 'Dancing' finale.
Legendary long-distance swimmer, Diana Nyad, comes ashore for a Carson interview.
Marathon swimming takes a toll on the body, mind and spirit. For record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad, a mix of dehydration, sleep deprivation and prolonged saltwater exposure produced a dreamlike state that caused her to hallucinate. Watch as Diana reflects on the experience she had during her 53-hour swim from Cuba to Florida, and find out what she saw.
Record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad says that, as a teenager, she was sexually abused by a swim coach. Years later, she told the story of her sexual abuse at a speaking engagement and met an older woman who then shared her own experience of being sexually abused as a child at the hands of the Nazis. Watch as Diana recounts this woman's story and find out why she says her encounter with this fellow survivor helped her heal more than anything else.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home at the end of Week 2 of the 2014 season of Dancing with the Stars.
The judges award them a 25 for their sexy dance.
The pair gets a 25 for their acrobatic routine.
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