Sub-3 x 2 Marathon Club

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noun - The Sub-32 Marathon Club (also Sub-3 Squared Club or Sub-3 x 2 Marathon Club or the Sub 3 Squared Marathon Club) is a select group of endurance athletes who have swum a full 10 km marathon swim without a wetsuit, fins or paddles under 3 hours and who have also run a full 42 km marathon run under 3 hours.

The 10 km marathon swim can be done in fresh or salt water, but must be correctly measured by GPS and not done downstream in a flowing river. The marathon swim can be done solo or as part of a race. The marathon run can be done in any marathon running event or a solo run documented with GPS by an independent observer.

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Origin

The concept was first proposed in 2012 by Steven Munatones of the World Open Water Swimming Association.

Sub-6 Marathon Club

The Sub-6 Marathon Club is a select group of endurance athletes who have swum a full 10 km marathon swim without a wetsuit, fins or paddles and who have run a full 42 km marathon run for a cumulative total time of under 6 hours.

Similar to Sub-32 Marathon Club, the The 10 km marathon swim can be done in fresh or salt water, but must be correctly measured by GPS and not done downstream in a flowing river. The swim can be done solo or as part of a race. The marathon run can be done in any marathon running event or a solo run documented with GPS by an independent observer.

Members

There are no certified members of the Sub-32 Marathon Club or the Sub-6 Club yet. Doug Woodring is organizing the first Sub 3 Squared weekend event as part of the Cold Half marathon swim and the Cold Standard running marathon in Hong Kong in February 2014.

Synonym

Sub-32 Marathon Club, Sub-3 Swim-Run Marathon Club, Sub 3 Squared, dual marathon, Sub 3 Squared Marathon Club

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