1 mile = 1609.344 metres = 1609.344/17 lengths = 94.667 lengths (approx)
how many 18 m lenghs of aswimming pool equals a mile
A mile in a 25 yard pool equals 71 lengths or 36 laps (1,760 yards in a mile). A mile in a 25 meter pool equals 66 lengths or 33 laps (1,650 meters in a mile). In a 50 Meter pool, a mile is 1,650 meters, which is 33 lengths or 17 laps of the pool. 2 lengths of a pool equals 1 lap.
A mile is 1760 yards. Therefore, it is about 70 lengths of a pool.
You need to define what you mean by lengths....if for swimming in a 25 yard pool, 68 lengths would be about 1 mile. If in a 50 meter pool 30 lengths would be about a mile
To swim a mile in a 33-meter pool, you will need to complete about 49 lengths.
35.2 lengths of a 25 yd. pool is 880 yds or half a mile.
1 mile = 1,609.344 meters1,609.3445/25 = 64.374 lengths
1 mile = 1609.3412 metres 1609.3412 / 25 = 64.4 lengths (rounded to the nearest tenth)
Just over 16 lengths.
1 mile is 1,609.344m In 1,600m there is 64 lengths so it is about 64 and a bit. <3 swimming.
depends upon the pool length! In an outdoor 50 meter pool, the swimming "mile" is the 1500 which is 30 lengths; in a 25 yard pool, typical of most indoor courses in the US, the 1650 is called the "mile" and it is 66 lengths. Neither is a true mile of 5,280 feet however.
Well if you would just use metric units, you would not ask such questions
64 lengths is a little less than a mile. 65 lengths would put you over.
It depends on the size of the swimming pools. If the pool is small, you need to swim many laps to get to 1/4 mile. 1/4 mile is 440 yards.
It depends on the length of the pool. A mile is about 1650 yards. In a 25 yard pool, that is about 66 laps.
32 laps = 64 lengths = 1 mile So 1/4 mile would be 8 laps or 16 lengths
One land mile equals 5280 feet. One nautical mile equals 6076.12 feet. So one nautical mile equals 1.15 land miles.