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noun - EPOS or the Estimated Probability of Success is a percentage estimate of the chances of success of any open water swim, based on several factors including training time, weather conditions, water temperature, currents, eddies, and marine life.


Coined by Steven Munatones in 2010 for various types of solo swims across the Florida Straits.

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