A lap can be either 25 meters or 50 meters. In the Olympics and major National events the swim 'long course' which means the pool is 50 meters in length. However, there are still short course swim meets and the pool is only 25 meters. If you are talking about a track lap, it is 400meters! 25 METERS IT NOT THAT LONG. BUT WHEN YOU GET INTO IT YOU GET USED TO DOING MORE LAPS!!!
The answer will depend on how long each lap is! The answer will depend on how long each lap is! The answer will depend on how long each lap is! The answer will depend on how long each lap is!
It depends on how big the lap is
it depends on how long it is....but if its 8ft or more that's a lap
depends on how long your pools lanes are. Mine is 25meters.
not sure but i think that they continud the lap over and the first one to finish would win
A lap pool is usually 40' long with a width of either 10', 12', or 14'.
It depends on how long a "lap" is.
YES but not for a long time
A lap in a pool is measured by the long side of the pool. The longest length of the pool is often used for races by swimmers.
One lap of the pool is usually 25 meters or yards. An Olympic pool is 50 meters long.
Depends on the race. The name usually says how long the race is.
That depends how long an individual lap is.
That is probably 400 meters.
Six and a half hours
The A has a short A sound, as in lap and lack.
well it depends where ur from lol
The answer depends on how long each lap is.
The great Phar Lap raced for four years, 1929-1932, winning 37 0f 51 starts.
well... when they were little they needed long tongues to lap up milk and kibble