Length -- 164 feet or 50 meters

Width -- 84 feet or 25 meters

Lanes -- 8 to 10

Lane width -- 8 feet 2 inches or 2.5 meters

Depth -- at least 6 feet 7 inches or 2.0 meters

Temperature -- 25-28 degrees Celsius

Volume -- At least 2,500 M^3, 660,000 US gallons or 2,500,000 liters, but varies depending on the depth of the pool.

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Q: What are the measurements and dimensions of an Olympic pool?

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50 m

50m x 18m is my guess

The dimensions of an Olympic pool are required to be 25 meters by 50 meters. PCH=NOT 10

The dimensions of an Olympic size swimming pool is approximately 164ft x 82ft and 6ft deep.Source: arthurspools.com

You have only specified two dimensions of the pool, and haven't included the unit measurements of the pool, therefore, the pool is merely a figment of our imagination.

A semi-olympic pool is 25 meters long by 12.5 meters wide with a depth of between 1.2 and 1.6 meters.

Usually regulation Olympic size. approx. 50feet

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

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

Junior Olympic PoolsThe City of Irvine, CA qualifies that a Jr. Olympic pool is (in English dimensions) 75' long (min.), 5' deep, with 7' wide lanes, and an extra 1.5' at the end lanes. I'm still looking for more information to back this up. A Junior Olympic Pool is 25 meters long. (Half of the Olympic pool that is 50 m)If you see this definition in United States, it's most likely 25 yards (22.7 m)

There is no difference in size if you swim the 50 meter in the JOs vs the Olympics it is still 50 meters.

50m for full Olympic pool. 25m for half of a Olympic pool

what is the temperature for olympic pool

This depends on the dimensions of the pool. For example an olympic size pool, that measures 50 metres long, 25 metres wide, and a minimum of 2 metres deep holds 2,500,000L

That would be 164 feet long. Add to that whatever size kiddy pool you need. However, the kiddy pool should be separate from the main pool. Check regulations in your state for requirements.

I would hazard a guess that 7 x 4 refers, precisely, to the measurements. That could hardly be meters, centimeters, or millimeters; it is probably the dimensions of the table in feet.

100 feetby 50 feet by 14 feet at deep end and 3 feet at other end

An Olympic sized pool is 50m

an olympic pool is 82.02 feet

The answer will depend on the dimensions used for the measurements. The last one, presumably is feet, but the others are unspecified.

Neither. Say, "25 metre pool".

In a normal Olympic Pool there are 10 lanes. I'm not too sure what a semi Olympic pool is!

the 1st olympic swimming pool was in 1899.

A point by definition has no dimensions

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