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# How many yards are in an Olympic-sized pool?

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There is 164 feet in an olympic-sized pool. That is 55 yards.

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An Olympic swimming pool is about 55 yards long and 27 yards wide. There are 10 lanes in an official pool.

1 mile = 1760 yards - whether in the pool or running or walking or driving.

In a standard yard pool, 25 yards, it takes 66 laps.

1 mile = 1,760 yards, anywhere in anything.

546.8 (so you have to swim aprox. 2 extra lenths in a yards pool than a meater pool)

A regulation pool is 25 yards, so each lane is 25 yards long one way. That means you would go from one end of the pool to the other 40 times.

A short course pool is 25 yards/meters long. A long course pool is double that (50 yards)

if 18 yards is pool lenght then 1 lap (back and forth)is 36 yards. There are 1760 yards in one mile , so that is 1760/36 = 49 laps

It depends on the size of the pool and they are not all a standard size.

Assuming a 25 yards long pool, 10 laps (20 lengths of the pool).

1 lap = 2 lengths (50 yards) 36 laps of 25 yards pool = a little over 1 mile 18 laps of 25 yards pool = 0.5 mile 9 laps of 25 yards pool = 0.25 mile

1 mile = 1760 yards 25 yards in a lap pool 1760/25=70.4 laps in a mile

4 for a 25 yard pool. 2 for a 50 yard pool. 1 for a 100 yard pool (lol)

It depends on the length of the pool. A mile is about 1650 yards. In a 25 yard pool, that is about 66 laps.

5 in a 50 yard pool; 10 in a 25 yard pool.

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