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6 meters

The diving pool at the London Olympics has to be a minimum depth of 4.5 meters, but the preferred depth is 5 meters (16 feet 4 inches).

16

The Deep End or diving zone

Swimming or diving

so you will not get cold

12 feet deep!

About 10 feet or more

16 feet

Diving, Water Polo, Etc.

it is 3 metres deep.

135000 gallons

There are a few events that take place in the swimming pool at the Olympics * Swimming * Diving * Synchronised Swimming * Water Polo

The individual athlete would only need his/her swimwear. The organizers needs a deep pool, water, and a regulations springboard/jumping tower.

5 or 6 meters

six feet at 7 inch minimun

5/6 meters

The Diving pool at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games was 3 meters deep. The depth is the official depth according to the FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation) regulations.

3 meters

No pooping in pool, no running around pool, and no diving depending on how deep it is.

Generally, the safe depth is around 2m-2.5m

Usually they mean a 50m or 25m pool which is rectangular and has a shallow and deep end with diving availability:)

The Lap pool at the Aquatic Center is 13 feet deep in the diving area.

6 feet

10 feet