32. Most pools are 25 meters across.
well the answer for this qustion depends on wether you're swimming long course or short course if you're swimming long course 200 yards would be 4 laps if you're swimming short course 200 yards would be 8 laps
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
About One and One Quarter Laps.
In a standard yard pool, 25 yards, it takes 66 laps.
It depends on the size of the swimming pools. If the pool is small, you need to swim many laps to get to 1/4 mile. 1/4 mile is 440 yards.
Assuming a 25 yards long pool, 10 laps (20 lengths of the pool).
66 laps in a 25 yard pool would equal a miles.
On an outdoor track 4 laps equal one mile. In a swimming pool, a swimming mile is 33 laps down and back, a real mile is 36 laps down and back.
66 laps in an average YMCA swimming pool.
Thirty five laps is equal to a mile in a fifteen yard swimming pool. The time to complete these laps may vary.
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.
The correct term is length but there are 60 lengths in a 2000 free
about 66 in a 25 yard pool
Each lap of a standard U.S. swimming pool is 25 yards (most of the world uses a 50 meter pool, including the Olympics). 2100 yards = 84 laps x 25 yards
1 lap = 2 lengths (50 yards) 36 laps of 25 yards pool = a little over 1 mile 18 laps of 25 yards pool = 0.5 mile 9 laps of 25 yards pool = 0.25 mile
A mile is 1600m, therefore you need to swim 32 laps of a 50m pool to equal 1 mile
well, if you mean 200 feet, then it would be a little over 1 lap in a 25 yard pool (75 feet.) Swimming 200 YARDS would be 8 laps in the pool
Well, in the swimming world a mile is a common event in a meet and is 1650 in yards. In this event there are 66 laps, and a lap is one time across the pool. It's a common mistake for people to think that one lap equal 50 yards. Hope this helped:) If you wanted to do an actual mile, you would have to swim 71 laps.
It's easy to calculate how many laps to a mile. Just ask someone who's working there if the pool is 100 meters or 100 yards. One lap is always down and back. If the pool is in yards it's almost 9 laps, if its meters it's closer to 8 laps. Happy swimming!
.75k = 820.209974 yards. If you are swimming a 25 yard pool: A lap (technically defined as ONE length of a pool not two): 32.8 laps is the answer. So if you're swimming a sprint tri, swim 33 laps.