How Many Laps Equal a Mile in a Olympic Sized Pool?


An Olympic sized pool is fifty meters long. In order to swim a mile the swimmer would have to swim sixteen lengths. This would be thirty-two laps of the pool.
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An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.
In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32
If the length of the pool is 50 meters, you would need to swim at least 32.25 or 32.5 laps.
twenty laps in a junior olympic sized pool.
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