it depends on how competitive you are. For a very competitive swimmer, a 1:00 would be very good. It could be much faster though.
It depends on what you mean by average. a competitive swimmer should do it in about 20 minutes. A normal swimmer should take 30-45 minutes.
If by a competitive swim team pool, you mean olympic size swimming pool, it is 50m Long and 25 m wide.
swim competitive in the morning and school in the afternoon...or vice versa
$100 per person
It cost $25 a year.
People swim and race each other
If a person is allergic to bleach they should not swim in a pool. Most pools contain chlorine, which is a form of bleach used to disinfect and sanitize water.
You could, but you should always wear a life preserver.
Yes, if the trached person has the proper equipment.
For competitive suites that depends on the brand of suit, the material the suit is made out of, how often you swim, and how much chlorine there is in the pool.
Modesty and a sense of security mostly. High performance swim wear can reduce friction and improve competitive swimming performance.
If you want to get a swim suit for competitive swim, i would recommend sports authority or target. they are not too expensive, but will last a while.
In competitive swimming, 1500 meters is considered a mile so you would need to swim 60 lengths in a 25 meter pool to swim a mile.
safely about 25meters
Well for a competitive swimmer in longcourse it should be about 4-6 ( depends on age an level) so the average person that doesn't practice swimming probably 15 minutes if they could even finish it( depending on how physically fit they are and how their general technique is in swimming) 400 meters is a lot for someone who doesn't swim- thats 16 laps in a shortcourse pool and 8 in a longcourse.
You don't really need any experience in the sport of competitive swimming. Obviously, you need to know how to swim and be of age and you must take a lifeguard class and test which usually involves having to swim about a 300 I believe
A person would very much like to go swim in the pool. Most people that are not hydrophobic or sensitive about their body shape are willing to go swim in swimming pools.
if you swim 100m in 60 secs then you should be able to swim 100yd(=91.44m) in 60*91.44/100=54-55sec If you swim 100yd in 1 minute you probably will be able to swim 100m in 91.44/60*100=65-66 secs. Since 100m is longer than 100yd this time will be correct provided you can swim the last 10 meters at the same speed as you swim the 100yds.
Being a swim coach can be very hard, depending on what time. If you are talking about a competitive swim coach, than I can tell you that it is very hard work. Competitive swim coaches often have to spend there time at five 'o'clock in the morning on a pool deck coaching aspiring swimmers. Also they spend their evenings coaching. They also have to spend some of their personal time talking to swim parents and having meetings with the swim team council. A swim coach is a very difficult job!
Well, you could basically swim anywhere you want...as long as you have enough space and water to swim. You could swim whenever you want. If you have a little free time, you could go swimming! You could do competitive swimming, or you could just swim for fun.
You should be able to swim very well. :)
yes they can they get their hands and swim like a real person
to some extent yes they usually have faster competitive swim times
It is an LZR. It is a brand of performance enhancing swim suit for competitive swimmers.