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Don't breathe bilaterally - really? Breathing bilaterally doesn't mean breathing on 3's. Every swimmer/triathlete, especially in open water should breathe well off both right and left shoulder. "If breathing to one side causes you to swim off course in open water, just sight forwards more frequently to compensate" - are you serious Swim Smooth? How about fix your stroke and/or posture first rather than compensate by sighting forward more. https://www.usms.org/fitness-and-training/articles-and-videos/articles/maximizing-open-water-sighting-efficiency?Oldid=3067
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