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# How many laps in an Olympic size pool equal one mile?

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###### 2014-05-20 13:39:58

16 laps or 32 lengths if you were in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.

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In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).

It will take 64.4 lengths (32.2 laps) to equal one mile.

1 mile is equal to 4 laps of a standard 1/4 mile track.

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they cycle for atleast 8 to 10 miles

it depends on if its an oficial size track. if its an official olympic sized track it will be 100 laps. 4 laps equals 1 mile so 4 times 25 would be 100 laps

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if the track is 1/10th of a mile, you would have to make ten laps to equal one mile. you would have make 5 laps to make half a mile. So 10 laps plus 5 laps equals 15 laps.

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