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There are 47 olympic size Swimming Pools in Australia. Alex the swimmer.

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Olympic sized-swimming pools are 50 m long. 150 m is three laps.

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There are usually 50 meters in a Olympic sized swimming pool.

The competition pools at the Olympics, and other world swimming events, are 50 meters long, but vary in width. Short course competion pools, in yards or meters, are not used at the Olympics, but are 25 yards or 25 meters long. The term "semi-Olympic sized" pool is not used in competitive swimming, but is sometimes used by non-competition swimmers to mean a pool with marked lanes.

There are to many to count since a pool just has to be 50 meters in length and 2.5 m wide lanes

Since 1 gallon equals 90,840 drops and 1 Olympic sized swimming pool has 660,430 gallons, there are 59,993,461,200 drops in an Olympic size swimming pool.

This can vary greatly with the width of the lanes. Often Olympic sized pools are about 50 meters long by 25 yards wide.

21,000,000 barrels a day, which is 822,000,000 gallons a day. That is equal to 1,335.49 Olympic sized swimming pools a day.

There are five pools that meet all Olympic standards, being 50m by 25m, in Leeds, Sheffield, Cardiff, Glasgow and Sunderland. Four more are under construction in Bangor, Birmingham, London and Plymouth. Therre are a number of other 50m pools, but they are not 2m wide.

I'm not sure about width, but the length is usually 25 yards long (A standard sized high school pool). (Unless its Olympic sized then its probably 50 yards long)

Competitive swimming pools widely vary in width. The width (in feet) changes depending on how many lanes it has. Most competitive pools have either six, eight, or ten lanes. An official Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters by 25 meters. It is ten lanes wide.

It is 100 yards long An Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters long by 25 meters wide (164 feet x 82 feet).

the lenght of an olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters from one end to the other

Usually pools are 25 metres or 50 metres long (olympic sized). Swimming event distances have to be divisible by 50 metres so that a full lap can be completed. It is very unusual to have a 40 metre race.

A normal pool is 25metres long. But an Olympic sized pool is 50metres long. You can also get 33metre long pools, but these aren't very common.

An average recreational pool, is 25 yards per lap, some competetive pools are 25 meters per lap, and an olympic sized pool is 50 meters per lap.

Two reasons: First, the volume of a human body is quite low compared to the volume of even a moderate sized swimming pool. If you jump into an Olympic-sized pool, you're only going to increase the water depth by a small fraction of an inch. Second, they have overflow drains to prevent it.

An olympic sized swimming pool is the standard for all competition pools, training pools and nearly all public pools. It is 50 metres long. A lap is 2 lengths (ie 100 metres long). 32 laps= 32 x 100= 3200 metres ~ 2 miles

Most pools have six or eight lanes. The pools in the Olympics have eight, but smaller ones often have six.

an olympic sized swimming pool is 50m long and 8 lanes wide addendum: for trivia sake, the width is 25 meters and the depth must be 2 meters.

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