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

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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.
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In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32
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If the length of the pool is 50 meters, you would need to swim at least 32.25 or 32.5 laps.
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twenty laps in a junior olympic sized pool.
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