Since 1 gallon equals 90,840 drops and 1 Olympic sized swimming pool has 660,430 gallons, there are 59,993,461,200 drops in an Olympic size swimming pool.
Not even close.
The official water temperature ranges for Olympic-sized pools used for the Olympic games are: Swimming Pools: 25-28 °C Diving pools: Not less than 26 °C Water Polo pools: 25-27 °C Synchronized swimming: 26-28 °C
Swimming, synchronized swimming, diving, and water polo.
Swimming has been held at every Olympic games since 1896. Open water swimming was added in the 2008 Olympics.
I spent some time with this one so bare with me. 1,000,000,000 or 1 Billion
Swimming Water polo Diving Synchronised Swimming
Two reasons: First, the volume of a human body is quite low compared to the volume of even a moderate sized swimming pool. If you jump into an Olympic-sized pool, you're only going to increase the water depth by a small fraction of an inch. Second, they have overflow drains to prevent it.
About 660,000 gallonsDimensions of a regular Olympic-sized swimming pool are 2 meters deep, 25 meters wide, and 50 meters long.25 x 50 = 1,2501,250 x 2 = 2,500So that means there are 2,500 cubed meters in the Olympic-sized pool. A 1 meter cubed is equivalent to about 264 gallons. 2,500 x 264 = 660,000660,000 is your answer then.
Not sure, but they water the swimming pools.