There is 164 feet in an olympic-sized pool. That is 55 yards.
An Olympic swimming pool is about 55 yards long and 27 yards wide. There are 10 lanes in an official pool.
Usually 10, 8 to swim in, 2 for buffer on the ends
Since all custom pools are different, there is no exact number. Usually they are about 10-15 yards long.
54 yards 50 meters
If it's a rectangular pool it will be about 3.7 yards. If oval, a little less.
No, you cannot convert a round pool into an oval pool. The measurements would be off and you would be unable to move the pieces of the round pool to form an oval.
About 109 yards.
500 yards is 20 laps
An Olympic sized pool is 50m
Due to the differences in engineering and the parts involved, there really is no way to convert an oval above ground pool into a round pool.
4500 US Gallons
A short course pool is 25 yards/meters long. A long course pool is double that (50 yards)
Most pools should be oval shaped. Oval shaped pools allow the swimmer to be able to swim laps and have a pool with greater depth.