It really depends on the swimming association. Olympic is 50m, while others are 25m or 25 yds.
What do you mean by regulation? An Olympic size pool is 50 meters. Many common pools are 25 yards.
The total table weight will be anywhere from 800 to 1200 pounds for a well built regulation pool table.
There is no regulation bumper pool table size.
32 laps in a 50 m pool
Under BCA Rules, regulation pool tables sizes are 9 foot, 8 foot or the oversize 8 foot.
There are 3 regulation pool table sizes. 9 foot, whihc used to be the only regulation size, and now 8 foot and oversize 8 foot are also regulation size.
A pool table may be 7 foot (common bar table size), 8 foot (regulation), oversize 8 foot (regulation), 9 foot (regulation), and 10 foot (older tables generally).
No regulation that I am aware of. It is normally put out by the Commander in a policy memo.
Although there is a National Bumper Pool Association in the US, they have not yet established a set of regulations for equipment and use the Billiard Congress of America rules. The BCA has no rule for bumper pool table regulation size.