Leapfrog

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noun - Leapfrog is an open water swimming drill where swimmers swim behind one another and the last swimmer sprints ahead to lead the pack from the front. After the lead has changed hands, the next swimmer who is last in the pack sprints ahead to lead the pack. This rotation is repeated until the drill is completed.

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Leapfrog works in sprinting and changing speeds in the open water as well as drafting, pacing, and positioning.

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