On an outdoor track 4 laps equal one mile. In a swimming pool, a swimming mile is 33 laps down and back, a real mile is 36 laps down and back.
66 laps in a 25 yard pool would equal a miles.
A mile is 1600m, therefore you need to swim 32 laps of a 50m pool to equal 1 mile
Thirty five laps is equal to a mile in a fifteen yard swimming pool. The time to complete these laps may vary.
66 laps in an average YMCA swimming pool.
In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).
22 laps in a 25 yard pool is equal to 1/3 mile. In competitive swimming, 66 laps or 1650 yds. is what is considered a mile. If swimming a 50 meter pool, 1,500 meters or 30 laps is a mile.
A 23 meter pool is equal to a 25 yard pool. In a swim race, the mile is 66 laps. An actual mile is 68 laps. Its weird.
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.
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.
1 mile/0.8 mile = 1.25 laps.
It will take 64.4 lengths (32.2 laps) to equal one mile.