Australian Chloe McCardel started to swim to Florida from Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday. She said she expects it take about 60 hours to reach the Florida Keys, a little more than 100 miles away. McCardel hopes to become the first swimmer to do it without a protective shark cage.
Australian Chloe McCardel started to swim to Florida from Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday. She said she expects it take about 60 hours to reach the Florida Keys, a little more than 100 miles away. McCardel hopes to become the first swimmer to do it without a protective shark cage. AP
Australian Chloe McCardel started to swim to Florida from Havana, Cuba, on Wednesday. She said she expects it take about 60 hours to reach the Florida Keys, a little more than 100 miles away. McCardel hopes to become the first swimmer to do it without a protective shark cage. AP

Sports briefs: June 13

June 13, 2013 12:00 AM

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