Non-continuous stage swim

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noun - A non-continuous stage swim is slightly different than a traditional stage swim. In a stage swim, a significant swim takes place on every day or throughout the period during the swimming period. In contrast, due to safety, logistics, operational circumstances, or weather or water conditions, a non-continuous stage swim is where a significant swim does not takes place on every day or period during the stage swim. There can be day or weeks between each stage swim due to a number of factors.

Usage

The two swimmers did not swim every day around Oahu, but they eventually completed their non-continuous stage swim around the island.

Origin

Steven Munatones

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