Seek and Spot

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noun - Seek and spot is the first rule of feeding when the open water swimmer heads toward the feeding pontoon and identifies his/her coach standing on the pontoon.

Feeding Sequence

Seek and Spot is part of a four-part sequence of feeding:

(a) Seek and Spot,
(b) Reach and Roll,
(c) Gulp and Go, and
(d) Toss and Turn

The swimmer wanted to seek and spot his coach on the feeding pontoon before he cut in to feed.

Origin

Usage dating to circa 2001 from Steven Munatones in Huntington Beach, California.

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