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Q: How many laps in an Olympic pool equals 200 yards?

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In an Olympic Pool, 300 yards would be 6 laps.

Olympic pools are 50m, so 10 laps.

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I, being a Water Safety Survival Instructor Trainer, would swim 4.5 laps if it was a timed event. Because 9 lengths are going to be a little less than 8 yards to short. 5 laps giving you 10 lengths will put you swimming 546.81 yards. So that is what this JARHEAD would advise. An Olympic size pool is 50m (54.68 yards) long so 9.14 laps would equal 500yards.

1 mile = 1,760 yards = 1750 + 10 yards 1750 / 25 = 70 Answer: 70 laps 10 yards

1 mile = 1760 yards 25 yards in a lap pool 1760/25=70.4 laps in a mile

An Olympic pool is 50 metres long so half a mile = 16.1 laps approx.

In a 25-yard pool, 40 lengths (or 20 laps) equals 1000 yards.

There are 32 laps in a 1,250 yard swim. Very difficult!

If this helps, each lap ( there and back is 50 meters ). 440 yards is 402.336 meters. 402.336 divided by 50 is 8.04 laps. 440 yards = 8.04 laps. ( there and back ) Hope this helps! :D

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