Walk in, swim across, walk out

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noun - Walk in, swim across, walk out is a simple strategy for channel swimmers, marathon swimmers, or any open water swimmer, that dictates they (1) walk in, (2) swim across, and (3) walk out to complete an open water swim.

[edit] Origin

Per usage by Michael Miller of Hawaii circa 1979 when he first crossed the Molokai Channel.

[edit] Synonyms

1-2-3 strategy

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