How do you say the following correctly:

The athlete goes swimming, then cycling, running, taking a shower and relaxing, in that order.

So in a long sentence, if I do not want to state then after each comma, can I use in that order at the end, or does that sound weird?

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    "The athlete goes swimming, cycling, running, takes a shower and then relaxes, in that order". But you don't even need to say "in that order" because it is already clear. May 3 '20 at 19:40
  • @WeatherVane thanks a lot!
    – User878239
    May 3 '20 at 19:44

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