Onshore finish

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Taylor Spivey winning the 2011 Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim in Manhattan Beach, California, doing a beach finish photographed by Sean Hiller/Staff Photographer of the Daily Breeze
noun - An onshore finish refers to a completion of an open water swim on land where the participants have to run up a shoreline and lake shore to complete the competition.

The pier swim had an onshore start and finish 50 meters up the beach.

Antonyms

in-the-water finish, in the water finish

Synonym

beach finish

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