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Cumulative Cold Index

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noun - Cumulative Cold Index is a cold water swimming measure of water temperature in Celsius and distance in kilometers.

Origin[edit]

Steven Munatones coined the term in April 2021.

Usage[edit]

Ger Kennedy met the Cumulative Cold Index when he swam 10 kilometers in sub-10°C water.

Cumulative Cold Index[edit]

  • sub-10°C water for a 10 km swim
  • sub-9°C water for a 9 km swim
  • sub-8°C water for a 8 km swim
  • sub-7°C water for a 7 km swim
  • sub-6°C water for a 6 km swim
  • sub-5°C water for a 5 km swim
  • sub-4°C water for a 4 km swim
  • sub-3°C water for a 3 km swim
  • sub-2°C water for a 2 km swim
  • sub-1°C water for a 1 km swim

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