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All Day Pace

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noun - An All Day Pace is a comfortable swimming speed that an open water swimmer can continue all day or at least several hours. The tempo and stroke count tends to be slower than normal.

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Coined by Mark Johnston circa 2013 while training for his English Channel relay.

Kshitindra Chandra Baisya[edit]


Kshitindra Chandra Baisya swimming at his all-day pace on 3 September 2018 down the Kangsha River, a 185 km 60 hour 55 minute solo swim


Kshitindra Chandra Baisya swimming at his all-day pace on 3 September 2018 down the Kangsha River, a 185 km 60 hour 55 minute solo swim

Kshitindra Chandra Baisya swimming at night on the first night of his 60 hour 55 minute solo swim down the Kangsha River in northern Bangladesh, a 185 km 60 hour 55 minute solo swim

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