[Swimming] abbreviations

  • KISS  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Keep In Swimsuit Shape


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  • BASIC  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Badminton And Swimming Including Cycling

    • Example: How is Badminton and Swimming Including Cycling abbreviated? BASIC stands for Badminton and Swimming Including Cycling. BASIC is defined as Badminton and Swimming Including Cycling very rarely.

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  • ISI  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Illinois Swimming, Inc.

    • Example: Welcome to the Wheaton Swim Club! Wheaton Swim Club is a member of USA Swimming and Illinois Swimming, Inc. By design, our team meets the basic needs of beginners, and the challenges facing competitive swimmers of all levels.

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  • LSC  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Local Swim Club

    • Example: Which sentence contains a split infinitive? it is important to wear plenty of sunscreen at an outdoor swim meet. the coach tells the swimmers how to improve their performance. parents drive to the local swim club so they can watch the competition. swimmers must be sure to completely follow all of the team guidelines.?

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  • LSC  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Local Swim Conference

    • Example: Huntsville Swim Association is a not-for-profit United States Swimming Club that competes in the Southeastern Local Swim Conference which consists of other USS clubs from Alabama, Tennessee, and the Florida panhandle.

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  • SSP  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  Safe Swimming Place

    • Example: Nov 07, 2016 · South Beach: Nice, safe swimming place - See 16,745 traveler reviews, 7,162 candid photos, and great deals for Miami Beach, FL, at TripAdvisor.

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  • USMS  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  United States Master Swimming


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  • USS  (Sports > Swimming)

    Stand For:  United States Swimming

    • Example: The United States Swimming National Championships (a.k.a. "Nationals") are held annually, typically in early August. The event is organized by USA Swimming, and is held in a long course (50m) pool.

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