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800 metres in a 25 metre pool is 32 lengths, however, you may count 2 lengths as one 'lap' or 'circuit,' which would make 16 laps.

800 yards = meters?

1 yard = 0.9144 meters

800 * 0.9144 = 731.52 meters

731.52 meters/25 meters = 29.2608

800 yards in a 25 meter pool is 29 laps.

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Depends on the size of the pool.

Usually a lap is seen as there-and-back, making a lap twice the length of the pool.

So for a 25 m pool, a lap is 50 m.

800 / 50 = 16

In a 25 m pool it takes 16 laps (or 32 lengths) to get 800 meters

And for a 50 m pool a lap is 100 meters.

800 / 100 = 8

In a 50 m pool it takes 8 laps (or 16 lengths) to get 800 meters

In an Olympic size swimming pool, a full lap is fifty meters. Therefore, four hundred laps would be equal to eight hundred meters.

If it is an Olympic sized pool than it would be nineteen lengths. If it is a 25m pool, than it would be thirty-two.

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

in a 50 meter pool, it would be 4 laps. in a 25 meter pool, it would be 8 laps. (laps meaning down and back)

36 in a 25m pool 16 in a 50m pool

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thank you how did you now that are you a swimmer

32. Most pools are 25 meters across.

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36 in a 25m pool 16 in a 50m pool.

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About 731.52 meters.

Two.

One lap is 400 meters, two laps is 800 meters, and two and a half laps is 1000 meters. hope this helps.

In a standard yard pool, 25 yards, it takes 66 laps.

A standard running track has 400 m in one lap. The 800 m race is therefore 2 laps of the track.

That would be 16 meters of an olympic sized swiming pool

1 lap is 400 meters, 2 laps are 800 meters, 3 laps is 1200 meters, 4 laps is 1600 meters and 5 laps is 2000 meters. 2000 meters also equals about 1.25 miles

to swim 800 meters in a 25 meter poll, you must swim 32 lengths, but to swim 800 YARDS, you only have to swim 29.26 lengths (so you should just swim 30 lenghts)

800 meters... 2 laps around a track.

I presume this means the pool is 22 yards long and a lap is to swim from one end to the other and back, for a total of 44 yards. So we divide 800 by 44 and get about 18.18. So 18 laps and about two fifths of the way across the pool. To be exact, 18 laps and 8 more yards.

One lap is usually seen as there-and-back, so a lap is twice the length of the pool. So a lap in a 50 m pool is 100 m. One mile is 1608 meters. 1/2 mile is 804 meters. 804 / 100 = 8 So 8 laps and a turn is 0.5 miles.