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Avantouinti Society

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noun - The Avantouinti Society is a group of swimmers who enjoy swimming in ice holes cut in frozen lakes and ponds. They are known of their Ice-hole swimming (or Avantouinti in the Finnish language) which is swimming in a frozen body of water that requires cutting a hole in the ice, where the water temperature hovers around 0°C (32°F).