Lateral Laze

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noun - A tactical break-away move in open water races where a competitor moves laterally or apparently swims crookedly away from a pack before breaking hard and increasing pace in order to create separation from the pack.

The winner pulled a lateral laze during the third loop which opened up a gap between her and the other swimmers in the lead pack.

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