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I presume this means the pool is 22 yards long and a lap is to swim from one end to the other and back, for a total of 44 yards. So we divide 800 by 44 and get about 18.18. So 18 laps and about two fifths of the way across the pool. To be exact, 18 laps and 8 more yards.

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Q: How many laps do you need to swim in a 22 yard pool to reach 800 yards?

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If each lap is 25 yards you must swim 70.4 laps to reach one mile.

It depends on the size of the swimming pools. If the pool is small, you need to swim many laps to get to 1/4 mile. 1/4 mile is 440 yards.

since 1 meter is equal to 1.094 yards, then one lap (one direction) in a 25 meter pool is really 27.35 yards. So then 500 yards at 27.35 yards a lap, you would need to complete a little more than 18 and a quarter laps (18.2815 to be more accurate).

Thirty five laps is equal to a mile in a fifteen yard swimming pool. The time to complete these laps may vary.

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You will need to swim 15 lengths and you will end up swimming 410 yards.

117 1/3 times down the length of the pool (or) 58 2/3 of down AND back.

One lap in a standard Olympic pool (i.e., a 50 meter pool), 2 laps in a standard 25 meter pool, and in a 25 yd pool you need to swim 2.2 laps

it depends on the length of the pool. if the pool is 25 meters, you have to swim 40 laps. For 50 meters, 20 laps. For 100 m, 10 laps. For 200 meters, 5 laps.

1 mile = 1609 metres2.4 miles = 3861 metres1 length of a standard swimming pool = 25 metres, so 3861/25= 154.4 so if you swim 155 lengths then you have swum the full distance.

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