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one of many lanes in a competition pool is about 10 feet wide. though I have been in one lane pools of 8 foot width that work just fine. one reason for the extra width in the multi lane pool is that when in heavy use, there is some overlap of hands/arms and the width is useful to avoid collision. also, during competition, the lanes are wide so that swimmers cannot draft off of one another. hope this helps aloha

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Swimming lanes are about 2.5m, or 8ft wide



A standard lane of a 50m pool should be 50m long and 2.5m wide


Typically each lane will be 2.5 meters (8.25 feet) wide. So, just multiply that by the number of lanes the pool has.


A lap pool is usually 40' long with a width of either 10', 12', or 14'.


For lap pool swimming, the width of the lanes is narrower than the Olympics. For lap pools, it is 6.5 to 7 feet wide for each lane.


A rectangular pool shape is longer than it is wide. A lap would be comprised of swimming the length of the pool.


As far as I know, regulation dimensions for a short course pool is 8 lanes wide by 25 yards long. Long course pools are 8 lanes wide by 50 meters long. However, I have seen a lot of competitions in 6-lane pools, and some in 10- or 12-lane pools. One time, I went to a swim meet in a 4-lane, 20-yard pool, but that was pushing the limit.


An olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meter long and 25m wide using 8+2 lanes.


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


It depends... how long, wide, and deep it is.


An Olympic swimming pool is 50 meters (160 feet) long and 25 meters (82 feet) wide.


An olympic swimming pool is 2m deep, 50m long and 25m wide.



They offer a heated swimming pool. Along with their long and wide pool, they also offer swimming lessons for all ages to attend at incredible prices.


There is no such unit of measurement as a width. If you wish to know how wide a swimming pool is, ask someone who is in charge of your local swimming pool and they might know.


A 'Standard' pool, such as 'going to the pool', and not your backyard pool, is 25 meters (82.5 feet) long. Each lane is typically 2.5 meters (8.25 feet) wide. You'll have to know how many lanes the pool has to finish the calculation. Area(in m3)=25 x 2.5 x N (number of lanes)



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


that would depend upon the length of the pool. The Most common lap pools in the USA are 25 yards. Some are 25 Meters. If you have an Olympic size pool they could be 50 or even 100 Meters or yards. Most of the lane lines are about 4 inches wide.


50 meters long and 25 meters wide


80,000 millilitres would be 80 litres -- enough for a bathtub but not a swimming pool which would be more likely to hold 80,000 litres or 80 cubic metres of water, equivalent to a pool, say, eight metres long, five metres wide and two metres deep. it depends on how big it is


If by a competitive swim team pool, you mean olympic size swimming pool, it is 50m Long and 25 m wide.


In most cases, your own question answers itself, assuming it's a round pool. 8 foot by 25 inch would probably mean 8 foot diameter by 25 inches deep, so the pool would be 8 feet wide.


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



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