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* [http://swimavila.com/ Avila Dolphins Swim Team] (California, U.S.A.)<br/>
* [http://swimavila.com/ Avila Dolphins Swim Team] (California, U.S.A.)<br/>
* [http://www.triclubsandiego.org/ Triathlon Club of San Diego] (California, U.S.A)<br/>
* [http://www.triclubsandiego.org/ Triathlon Club of San Diego] (California, U.S.A)<br/>
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* [[The Sea Monkeys]] (California, U.S.A.)
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* [[Sea Monkeys]] (California, U.S.A.)
* [[Mission Viejo Nadadores]] (California, U.S.A.)<br/>
* [[Mission Viejo Nadadores]] (California, U.S.A.)<br/>
* [[Black Rock Icebergers]] ([[Black-Ice]]) (Australia)<br/>
* [[Black Rock Icebergers]] ([[Black-Ice]]) (Australia)<br/>

Revision as of 19:22, 29 March 2013

Oak Streeters, a pod in Laguna Beach, California, U.S.A.
noun - Pod is a formal or informal team, squad, group, or club of open water swimmers and/or triathletes.

Pod also refers to a group of marine mammals, such as seals, whales, or dolphins.

The pod of swimmers gathered at the cove on Saturday mornings.

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Synonym

team, squad, pack, gam (whales), herd (seals or whales)

Origin

1825–35, Americanism; perhaps special (orig. facetious) use of pod.

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