16 laps or 32 lengths if you were in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.
In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).
An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.
Someone said: "72 laps. In a regulation sized pool (25m) of course." But I think it's 72 laps in a 25 yard pool, and 66 laps in a 25 meter pool.
32 laps in a 50 m pool
In an Olympic Pool, 300 yards would be 6 laps.
64 laps to swim a mile in a 25 meter pool
In a standard Olympic sized pool, 32 laps around would equal a mile. Or, swimming 16 lengths, or going back and forth from one end of the pool to the other.
53.6 lengths of the pool or 26.8 laps.
It depends on the pool size One lap is one length of the pool. In a 25 meter pool, you need to swim about 64 laps to the mile. In a 50 meter pool, you need to swim about 32 laps to the mile. In a 25 yard pool you need to swim about 70 laps to the mile.
(1609.3 meters/mile) / (30 meters/Pool Length) = 53.64 Pool Lengths OR 26.82 Laps
Olympic pools are 50m, so 10 laps.
1 mile = 1760 yards 25 yards in a lap pool 1760/25=70.4 laps in a mile
Depends on how long the pool is....? 32 laps of a 55 yard pool is one mile... just under 30 laps
It would be about 32.2 laps to make one mile.
0.5 mile = 804.7 metres = 32.19 laps
Approximately 4 laps
first, how many laps to swim a mile in a 25 yard pool. Second, how many laps to swim a mile in a 25 meter pool. Third, subtract the lowest number to get your answer.
about 50 laps
About 32.2 laps.
It's easy to calculate how many laps to a mile. Just ask someone who's working there if the pool is 100 meters or 100 yards. One lap is always down and back. If the pool is in yards it's almost 9 laps, if its meters it's closer to 8 laps. Happy swimming!