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Q: How many laps make up a mile in an Olympic sized pool?

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32 laps

Olympic sized-swimming pools are 50 m long. 150 m is three laps.

there are 6.5 miles of swimming if you do 200 laps in a standard Olympic sized pool.

In a 25 metre pool there are 8 laps however and Olympic sized 50 metre pool will only be 4 laps

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.

10 Lengths of an olympic-sized pool of 50m length 20 Lengths of a standard-sized pool of 25m length

2000 metres = 2km 50 metres = 1 length of olympic sized pool 2000/50 = 40 laps

it depends on if its an oficial size track. if its an official olympic sized track it will be 100 laps. 4 laps equals 1 mile so 4 times 25 would be 100 laps

An olympic sized pool is 50 metres. If it is a 4x100 Relay one swimmer will swim 2 laps. If each swimmer does two laps and there is 4 of them, 8 laps will have been swum.

In a standard 25m pool, that would be 52 lengths. In an olympic-sized 50m pool, 26.

One lap or length of an Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters. That is about 10% longer than 50 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.

Olympic pools are 50m, so 10 laps.

In a standard pool for competitive swimming, it would only be one lap. In an Olympic sized pool, it would be half of one lap.

In an Olympic Pool, 300 yards would be 6 laps.

An Olympic sized pool is 50m

That depends on how big, strong, and what your skill level is. But the average is going to be at least 28 or more stokes, going just one way.

Approximately 4 laps

4 laps of 400m (about 4 laps of 1/4 mile)

32 in a 50metere (Olympic pool)

16 laps or 32 lengths if you were in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.

800=2 laps around a regular sized track

10 laps, ie from the starting block to the other end and back from the starting block to the other end is 50m and coming back is another 50m so in total one lap is 100m

An Olympic pool is 50 metres long. So 400m would require 8 laps.

An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.