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Q: Are the men's and women's water polo pool's at the Olympics the same depth?

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When using a starting block in the Olympics swimming pools, the minimum water depth is 1.35 meters, which is 4.43 feet deep. From the end wall the depth can range between 1 meter to 6 meters, or 3.28 feet to 19.69 feet.

There have been womens water polo teams at the last two Olympics.

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They are to inform the swimmer how deep the water is. It is always good to know the depth for safety reasons. It is not a good idea to dive into a 3 foot deep pool.

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swimming has appeared at every modern Olympics, which started in 1896. Womens swimming was introduced to the Olympics in 1912.

First introduced as an Olympic sport in 1900. (according to NBC sports announcer)

The short answer is approximately 30,000 U.S. gallons is the capacity of a 20' x 40' pool. Determine your pool volume by with these easy to use formulas: Rectangular Pools: Length x Width x Average Depth x 7.5 = Gallons Oval Pools: Length x Width x Average Depth x 5.9 = Gallons Round Pools: Diameter x Diameter x Average Depth x 5.9 = Gallons Gregg Dietz <a href="http://www.dietzpools.com/">Dietz Pools &</a><a href="http://www.dietzpools.com/">Pool Supplies</a>

A Typical swimming meet pool is 25 yards long. In the summer, long distance is swam which is a 50 meter pool. Long distance pools are used in the Olympics

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Is this a question or an answer? If it's a question, then yes, you're right. For our international friends, these distances are in feet, and the result is in gallons.