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Road Rage In The Open Water

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. What if triathletes and open water swimmers were built like cars? With horns, lights and blinkers? Imagine if triathletes and open water swimmers had built-in horns and high beams to use when another athlete cut in front of them or when someone crossed their path or grabbed their legs around the turn

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Open Water Swimmers Toeing The Line

In large mass participation races, high profile races or professional marathon races, the physicality between competitive athletes can get out of hand. Ziplining, elbowing, veering off, cutting off, swimming over the legs or back of another swimmer, or impeding in some way can occur at the start, around turn buoys, along a straightaway, near a feeding

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