Solitary Adversity

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Noun - Solitary Adversity is the isolated psychological experience that open water swimmers and triathletes face when swimming in an open body of water, whether swimming solo or even in a crowded competitive environment during an open water swim or triathlon race. It is one of the five core obstacles that open water swimmers and triathletes face (endure), along with Physical Exposure, Absence of Perception, Survival Dependence, and Intensity of Experience.

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