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In Swimming, the term short course (abbreviated SC) is used to identify a pool that is in length. The term is also often included in meet names when conducted in a short course pool. "Short course" is the second type of pool configuration currently recognized by FINA and other swimming bodies for pool competition; the other/primary pool length being "long course", where the pool is 50 metres in length. Olympic and the World Aquatics Championships are conducted in a long course pool.
In the United States, the term "short course" is more commonly applied to competition, which is more common in that country. Short course yards is generally abbreviated as "SCY" to differentiate it from short course metres (SCM). The US national federations, USA Swimming〔(U.S. Open Records ) page from USA Swimming's website (www.usaswimming.org); retrieved 2011-07-30.〕 and United States Masters Swimming,〔(U.S. Masters Swimming National Records ) page of the USMS website (www.usms.org); retrieved 2011-07-30.〕 both maintain SCY USA records, FINA does not currently recognize records set in SCY, but does recognize/keep SCM records. USA college (including NCAA competition) and high school swimming are traditionally swum in SCY.
Short course meter competitions are also denoted by listing of the actual metre distance: "25m" (note: within swimming, a space is not placed between the number and the meter "m").〔(FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) ) page of the FINA website (www.fina.org); retrieved 2011-07-30〕
Short course records are traditionally faster than long course records. This is assumed to be connected to increased number of wall push-offs, where speed is greatest.
* FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
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