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EPOS

From Openwaterpedia

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.

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

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