the olympic pools are 50 meters (long course) opposed to the typical short course 25 meters because if an olympic swimmer were to dive into a 25 M pool, they would take one stroke (practically) and hit the other end. if you have watched the Olympics (i am guessing you have), you see they streamline a lot underwater. now imagine the same swimmer diving like that into a shorter pool.... yea
4.208 Mp/s Do 526/125.
Dawn Fraser in women's 100 meter freestyle at the 1956, 1960, and 1964 Games.
The distance 80 meters divided by the time 40 seconds = 2 meters/second(*This is roughly 4.47 mph)
There are usually 50 meters in a Olympic sized swimming pool.
The answer is 15.2 seconds.
With a dive a good club swimmer can swim 25 meters in around 10 - 11 seconds. An average swimmer should bbe able to swim 25 meters in around 20 seconds
50 meters 50 meters
The average Olympic shot put throw for me is 20 meters. As for the women, the average Olympic shot is 15 meters.
Approx 28.1 feet.
Marleen Veldhuis- 23.25
One length of an Olympic sized pool is 50 meters.