The correct term is length and In a 25 yard pool it would be 2 lengths
One lap or length of an Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters. That is about 10% longer than 50 yards.
It's 17.6 round-trip laps (or 35.2 if you count each way as a lap). I usually round up to 18.
Answer: 1 mi. = 1609.344 m
in a 25 yd. pool its 66 laps so 50 yd. pool would be 33 laps
In a standard pool for competitive swimming, it would only be one lap. In an Olympic sized pool, it would be half of one lap.
A little over 32 of them.
About 32.2 laps.
The precise answer is 13.2 laps, according to the following formula: 5,280 divided by 4 divided by 100, 5,280 being the number of feet in a mile; 1,320 being the number of feet in a quarter-mile (5,280 divided by 4); and 100 being the number of feet in a lap with a 50-foot pool.
If the length of the pool is 25 feet then one lap of the pool equals 50 feet. Therefore, you would have to swim 105.6 laps to equal one mile.
An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.
32 laps in a 50 m pool
It would help to know the size of a pool. I assume it is not 1 yard!
It depends on the size of the swimming pools. If the pool is small, you need to swim many laps to get to 1/4 mile. 1/4 mile is 440 yards.