(NEW YORK) -- Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad will directly confront skeptics and their claims that she was dishonest about her record-setting swim from Cuba to Florida at a closed-door meeting on Tuesday, her spokeswoman said.
“She is committed to complete transparency,” Nyad’s spokeswoman, Alexandra Crotin, said Monday in a statement.
Crotin did not answer questions about details of the meeting, including where and when it was taking place and who planned to attend.
Nyad, 64, and her 110-mile swim became the subject of debate last week among members of MarathonSwimmers.org, a members-only forum for distance swimmers. Critics on the site have been examining stroke speed, currents and other factors to determine whether Nyad was telling the truth about the September 2 swim. Critics say they are also skeptical about the speed with which she completed the journey and a 7-hour stretch in which she did not stop to eat.
The website did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment.
Nyad said at a press conference last week that she was surprised at how fast the swim went.
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