What is 50m short for?
It could be short for 50 meters or 50 minutes.
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The 1924 Summer Olympics were the first to use the standard 50 meter pool with marked lanes. In the freestyle, swimmers originally dived from the pool walls, but diving blocks were incorporated at the 1936 Summer Olympics. --from wikipedia
As a noun, a short can refer to either a short circuit or a shortmovie.
As an adjective, "short" means "having a small distance from oneend to another", or "of comparatively little height".
If you want to get shorter- then wait until you are older, and you will shrink. You might not want to become shorter once you actually are.
Eamon Sullivan regained the 50-meter freestyle world record with a 21.41 seconds swim at the Australian Olympic trials in Sydney. - June 2008!
For men, it's 21.30 seconds, set by Cesar Cielo Filho yesterday. For women, it's 24.06 seconds, set by Britta Steffen this morning. Prior to the 2008 Olympics, the previous records had stood since 1992 and 2000 respectively. Well I thought that Michael phelps held the swimming record?
Push "Mode" button till the "hour" is flashing & advance to "hour" desired. Next: push "Mode" again till "Minuet" is flashing--push "adjust" till desired minuet shows. Push "Mode" till nothing flashes. The previous instruction is not correct. You will find the manual when you google Casio model 184…6. The model number is on the back of the watch not the 50M that you would think since that is what is on the front. ( Full Answer )
Shortness means less than usual as in a shortness of breath being that you have less air to breathe .
Libby Trickett's 23.97s set in March 2008, is the current world record in the women's 50m freestyle.
Apart from surgery, poor posture is the only answer, and tall people with poor posture look like losers. Better to be proud of your appearance.
well... that depends on how long that 45 yr old has been swimming. It also depends on whether the swimmer is female or male my dad is 45 and he can easily go 28 seconds for 50 free my mom is 45 and she can go a 33 for 50 free however, both of my parents swan as kids. if you have not swam as a child …the average time for a man would be about 37 seconds. the average time for a woman would be 42 seconds ( Full Answer )
my 50m backstroke was 32 seconds last season, id assume around 30 seconds now, and i swim a 1.10, so i dont know exactly what your time would be. Probably around 1.15 - 1.20 is a good guess
Well you can get short by 2 ways. 1st by growing old and wrinkly and becoming short. 2nd by puting yourself in a de-stretcher and covering yourself in mustard.
For long course season it is 31.49 and short course season is 27.49. For long course season it is 31.49 and short course season is 27.49.
I am not sure who told you this, but it is a real event!. If your asking why it is not and olympic event, its is because it is to short and the Olympic Program has no time for it.
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I'm pretty sure it means 50,000. People ask for quotes for 50M at my printing company, I give them a quote for 50,000 and it seems to go well.
A 50 is there and back in a regular high school pool, but a 50 in an olympic size pool is just across once.
ummm i pretty sure that would have been brocken by leanardo Di'Caprio in the 1700 in the time of 43.5 mila secs he was infact the first American born to finish the 50 metre without breathing. round of applause to leanardo woop wooop
7.45 kilometers per hour. Cate Campbell of Australia took the bronze medal at a time of 24.17 seconds.
For men the World record for 50m freestyle is under 21 seconds, while a reasonable club swimmer should be able to swim 50m freestyle in around 25 seconds. A good time for an average non-club swimmer should be around the 30 second mark
because it is a 50m pool, so one lap is 50m. that's why everything is a 200, 400, nothing has a 50 in it
If the area of a square field is 2500m square how do you know the dimensions of the field are 50m by 50m?
The field is square, so you know that its length is the same as its width and so, its area is its length times its length. . So find the square root of 2500 square metres and that is the length of each side of the square field.
The person running 120m. If the person running 50m maintains his pace for 120m, it will take him 24s.
'You have' is not a shortened form of anything. It has a shortened form, 'you've'.
it can only survive under water for 50 meters and that makes it able to go in a shower or a pool
You're ten years old and I don't really know how long you have been swimming, but I will say 50m Free you can do anything from 30-45 seconds is great;)
By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 ft0.3048 m (exactly) â 50 m = 50 / 0.3048 ft â 164.042 ft
The 50m is the shortest, but not necessarily the "easiest". If an athlete is truly competing to the best of his ability, all events are difficult in the sense that the athlete is pushing himself to his limits. With the 50m, you are running for the shortest amount of time, but at the fastest pace.
Two reasons. First, it provides ample room for swimmers to spread their arms when performing certain strokes (the breaststroke and butterfly strokes both involve the arms swinging around to the side while being pretty flat relative to the surface). This requires sufficient width to prevent accide…ntal collisions. Second, it (along with the lane dividers) helps to reduce the cross-lane turbulence. One swimmer's wake can interfere with (or in some cases, even help) a swimmer in an adjacent lane. ( Full Answer )
35 to 40 secs or look at this and decide how good you want to be. http://www.ymcaswimminganddiving.org/2011SC/results/2012%20QT.pdf
there's no WR for kids, world records go for all ages, no matter the pool
I think I ran 50m in 6.37 seconds (I think) Not when you were 10 you didn't. A super slick time for a 10yo to run 50 would be about a hand timed 7.0.
I saw a video on YouTube where the fellow explained that the 40m javelin was not as stiff as the 50m. A more flexible javelin is preferred by beginners as it absorbs some of the stress better and relieves that from the shoulder. As a thrower gets in better shape and throws farther, the stiffer 50m j…avelin is preferred as it flies better and, thus, farther. ( Full Answer )
7:68 (i think) - they said who not how fast and when i was 10 i ran 50m in 1.19
What is the frequency of oceon waves that have a speed of 18 miles per second and wavelength of 50m?
Frequency = (speed) / (wavelength) = (18 miles per second) x (1,609.344 meters per mile) / (50 meters) = 579.4 Hz (rounded) This speed and frequency is awfully high for a water wave, but the math is the math.
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A = lw 60 = l * 50 l = 60 / 50 l = 6/5 m
For the average 14-year old boy, I would say the average 50m free time would be about a 29.40 sec.
There is 1000m in 1km, therefore the fraction is 1000/50 which can be simplified to 100/5 which can be simplified to 20/1. So 50m is one 20th of 1km. So you need to run 20 times further to make the 1k fatty! lol
Because you need to add strenght to it and the ball have to move in accurate to the position.
The item is resistant to 50 meters in depth of water. It would be okay if you dropped it into the water, but you shouldn't keep it there for any length of time.
It changes for every one. It depends on what you mean by average. a good competitive time is about a 1 minute.
50m of 1 kilometre as a fraction = 1 /20 of 1 km 1 kilometer = 1000 meters 50 meters * 1 kilometer /1000 meters = 5 0 /100 0 = 5 /100 = 1 /20 of 1 km
Donovan Bailey in 1996 and Maurice Greene in 1999 ran the 50 meter dash in 5.56 seconds.
circumference of a circle = 2 * pi * radius so 2 * 3.14159 * 50 = 314.159 metres
There are 1000mm in a metre. You have to multiply by1000 to convert metres to millimetres. This gives you 50,000millimetres.
speed = distance/time distance = speed x time = (50m/ s ) x (2.5 s ) = 125m
There really isn't an average time because it varies about how fast people are. But I would say around 59.999 seconds?
The diameter of a circle is the space between the two sides of the circle. If something is 50 meters in diameter, then it is a circle that is 50 meters between one side and the other side in a straight line.