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Nyad Swims for Superstorm Sandy Victims

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(KCEN) -- Diana Nyad is back in the water again with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte and it's all for a good cause.

The long distance swimmer will raise money for Superstorm Sandy victims through a 48-hour continuous swim.

Her and Ryan Lochte will both take part.

The 64-year-old recently became the first person to swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida without a shark cage.

Many victims of Superstorm Sandy are still struggling to recover from the storm.

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