noun - A carbon-neutral relay is an open water swimming relay that has a net zero carbon footprint. Carbon-neutral relays or Carbon-neutral swims rely entirely on human power as opposed to motorized escort boats. Examples include open water swimming relays that are escorted by outrigger canoes, kayaks, and/or paddle boards only.
The Clean Half marathon relay has a carbon-neutral relay where the swimmers rotate between swimming and paddling in an outrigger canoe for 15 kilometers.
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