How Many Laps around a Gym Equal a Mile?


How many laps around a gym equal a mile will depend on the size of the gym you are talking about. A standard high school gym's basketball court is 264 feet. A mile is 5280 feet. This means that 20 laps would make one mile.
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i am saying about 18 laps well that's what my coach said.
Generally it is around 10 laps depending on the size of the gym.
The perimeter of the gym is 45+45+85+85 = 260 feet. There are 5,280 feet in a mile, so dividing 5280 by 260 gives approximately 20.31. So if you run a little over 20 laps, you'll
Total distance around a recreation center basketball court is normally 268' so it will take a little over 19 laps to complete a mile (which is 5,280 feet) report this answer. Answered
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