An olympic swimming pool is 2m deep, 50m long and 25m wide.
It is 3 metres deep and 50m long
The dimensions of an Olympic size swimming pool is approximately 164ft x 82ft and 6ft deep.Source: arthurspools.com
new pools are 9ft deep; old pools are typically 6ft
they go as deep as the bottom of the pool
2m or 6' 7"
About 6 feet
5 or 6 meters
six feet at 7 inch minimun
The Olympic pool in China is reported to be 3m deep. ---- For top class water polo the minimum water depth is 1.8m
The answer is 10 feet, about 3 feet deeper than most Olympic Pools.
The smallest depth they can be (as I know so far!!) is 2 meters deep. Still rather deep.
50m for full Olympic pool. 25m for half of a Olympic pool
what is the temperature for olympic pool
The length has to be 50m and the width has to be 25m to be an Olympic size swimming pool. An Olympic size swimming pool also has to be at least 2m deep. So a minimum volume of 2500m³, which equates to 2,500,000 L (550,000 imp gal; 660,000 US gal).
6 1/2 ft minimum
An Olympic Length pool is 50 meters. To convert any meter to feet, you multiply by 3.28084, so an Olympic Length pool should be 164.02 feet or 54.68 yards. addendum: for extra trivia - an Olympic pool is 25 meters wide and 2 meters deep. Use the same conversion factor as mentioned above.
it depends on the dimensions of the pool a 5 foot deep tub would fill up a lot faster than an Olympic sized pool.
5 meters at sheffield and coventry Last pool I dived into from a ten meter Olympic board was 16 feet deep. According to FINA (the international swimming regulatory body), the minimum depth for pool which allows 10m platform diving is 5m. Refer to the link below for the minimum dimensions (including depths) of pools which may be used for the various Olympic diving events.
If the pool is 50m by 25m and is 2m deep then it will have 2,500 kilolitres of water in it. It's volume would be 2,500 metres cubed:) 50m by 25m by 2m is the standard Olympic swimming pool measurement:) hope that helps:)
An Olympic sized pool is 50m