nine lanes, lane 1 is usually vacant.
On a typical track, which is a training, high school, and a college track there are 8 lanes. However, on an olympic or professional track there are 9 lanes.
Usually, there should be 8 lanes on a running track.
The lanes can be numbered 1 through normally 8 or 9 rarely 10, starting with the inside lane.
8 or 6
It depends in the standard of the simming race, for Olympic or World Championships then the pool has to have 10 lanes however only the middle 8 are used. For lesser competitions it depends on how many lanes the pool has, usually a minimum of 6 however for smaller and older pools which are very rarely used there may be 4 or 5 lanes
8 or 6
There is no set crew amount for rowing competitions. Generally, it depends on the size of the competition area. The majority of Olympic courses have 8 racing lanes and additional safety lanes.
50 metres long with 8 lanes
50 meters with 8 lanes.
10- 8 for swimming and two outside lanes to keep the backsplash down
An olympic size swimming pool has 10 lanes however only the middle 8 lanes are used for competition, with the outside two lanes being used to prevent the swimmers' waves bouncing off the walls
390cm but most running tracks have 8 lanes
An olympic pool is 50 m long, 25m wide and it has 8-10 lanes
An Olympic swimming pool usually has 8 lanes, but sometimes has up to 16.
50 meters long and 8 lanes
An average track is 400m. With the outside lanes, and assuming it is 8 lanes, the extra distance would be 50m. Therefore being 450m long.
The definition of an Olympic size swimming pool is 10 lanes each 2.5 meters wide, however to prevent the outside lanes being disadvantaged by having to compete with the waves bouncing off the sides of the pool only the middle 8 lanes are ever used.
400m, 6 lanes, 8 lane straight