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Australian vows to never again attempt Cuba to US swim MP3

An Australian woman trying to become first person to swim the Florida straits without a shark cage says she will never attempt the challenge again. Twenty-nine year old Chloe McCardle attempted the 166 kilometre swim from Cuba to Florida, without the cage, flippers or even a wetsuit. She abandoned the challenge after she was badly stung by jelly fish. Only one person has ever made it across the stretch of ocean, Aust... Source: abc.net.au

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