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Q: How many laps is the olympic 1600 meter run?

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70 laps.

Four laps of a 400m track.

4 laps on a standard IAAF track

5 1/3 laps a mile is 1600 m, so 1600 divided by 300 is the number of laps

16 laps or 32 lengths if you were in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.

An Olympic pool is 50 metres long. So 400m would require 8 laps.

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each lap is 50m so its 30 laps if you add 2 more laps you got a mile witch is a 1600 meter swim

An Olympic pool is 50 long therefore 800m is 16 lengths

On an Olympic size track (400 meters), 25 laps = 10000 meters.

In a 25 metre pool there are 8 laps however and Olympic sized 50 metre pool will only be 4 laps

4 laps. Olympic pool is 50 meters. 200 meters is up and back twice.

It depends on which pool you swim in. If it is a 25m pool then it will take 20 laps to finish but if it is in a 50 meter pool, which is Olympic size, it will be 10 laps to do 500 meters.

The amount of laps for a 1600 in track is 4

Of an olympic track, just 1 lap exactly

Someone said: "72 laps. In a regulation sized pool (25m) of course." But I think it's 72 laps in a 25 yard pool, and 66 laps in a 25 meter pool.

There are 1600 meters in a mile 50 meters in a lap 1600/50=32 32 laps

In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).

4 lenghts

2 miles if you are in a 50 meter Olympic size pool.

Since a mile is 64 laps, (1600 meters) you would have to swim 84.8 laps.

In a 100 meter swim, there are 4 laps in a 25 meter pool or 2 laps in a 50 meter pool.

If the lap is 1m then 3200. If the lap is 2 then 1600... ...I think you are getting the point.

In a 50 meter pool there are 5 laps and in a 25 meter pool there 10 laps.

500 meter-5 laps 1000 meter-9 laps 1500 meter-14 laps