Swimming in the Olympics is a summer event. In competitive swimming summer is long course season. A long course pool is 50 meters in length. A short course pool is 25 yards or meters.
A normal swimming pool is 25meters, an olympic pool is 50 meters.
Depends on the size of the pool. An Olympic size pool is 50 meters in length.
In normal swimming pools One Length = 25meters Two Length = 50meters Four Lengths = 100 meters
Depends on the pool: usually 25 or 50 metres.
The length of an olympic pool is 50 metres. As there are 100 centimetres in every metre, means an olympic swimming pool is 5000 cms in length.
One length of an Olympic sized pool is 50 meters.
Freestyle event distances in the Olympics are: 50 meters 100 meters 200 meters 400 meters 800 meters (women only) 1,500 meters (men only)
There are only two types of swimming: speed and synchronized. Both are in the Olympics.
An Olympic-class swimming pool is 50 meters long. Twice across is 100m, so swimming 1500 meters requires swimming the length of the pool 30 times.
Length of a Lap PoolA common lap of a pool is 50 meters internationally. Swimming competitions are generally held in 50m pools. Many colleges or well equipped facilities have pools that are 50 meters.A lap can be either 25 meters or 50 meters. In the Olympics and major National events they swim 'long course' events which means the pool is 50 meters in length. However, there are still short course swim meets like 'Fina' and the pool is only 25 meters.In America there are also lots of yard pools both in 25 yard length (short course) and 50 yard length (long course) varieties