It depends on the length of the pool. In a 25 yd pool, it would take 20 laps. In a 50 yd pool, it would take 10 laps.
Since 1.5 miles equals 7920 feet, you would need to run just under eight laps !
A lap is technically 2 lengths. And every 2 lengths in 50 yards. Therefore, you would have to swim 10 lengths (or 5 laps) to complete 250 yards.
Swimming in a 25 meter pool, you would need to swim 16 laps. It is 440 yards, or 17.6 laps in a 25 yard pool. If it takes a swimmer 2 minutes to swim 100 meters, then it would take that swimmer about 8 minutes to complete.
If the running space is the 60'x90' then it would take about 17.5 laps. If that is the distance corner to corner then your running space would be about 5' from each wall bringing it down to 50'x80' making it about 20 laps.
Unles you sprint or run really fast, it would take most people more then a minute to complete a lap around a track.
Multiply by 25
It would take about 21.5 lengths (10.8 laps) to equal one mile.
Assuming you are running very close to the gym walls, it would take you about 19.7 laps to run a mile.
Answer: 5280 ' = 1609.344 m. 1609.344/50 = 32.2, so it would take 32.2 full laps to complete one mile.
If each lap is 20 yards it would take 105.6 laps to equal 1.2 miles.
If the pool is 25 yards , and a lap is one length of the pool, then it would take 70.4 laps to go a mile. In a 25 meter pool you need to swim 64.4 laps. In collegiate swimming competitions, the swimmers in the mile event swim 64 laps in 25m pools.
3 laps takes 2.5 minutes → 1 lap takes 2.5/3 minutes → 20 laps take 2.5/3 × 20 minutes = 16⅔ minutes = 16 minutes 40 seconds.
NBA courts are 94´x 50´, making a lap around 288 lineal feet. A mile has 5,280 feet, it will take 18.3333 laps around a regulation NBA basketball court in order to complete a mile.
I am assuming you are referring to a MLB baseball field and since all MLB ball fields have different distances to the wall it would be impossible to answer. However, running the bases would take you 14.6 laps to run 1 mile.
4787.2 laps if the pool is 25 yards long. And 4377.4157 laps if the pool is 25 meters long...
The races are usually set up in such a way that it would take approximately 2 hours to finish a race. Based on the track length and lap time, the number of laps are decided. Shorter circuits have more laps while longer circuits have lesser laps.
4 laps a kilometer=1000 meters 2*1000=2000 meters/500=4
It depends on which pool you swim in. If it is a 25m pool then it will take 20 laps to finish but if it is in a 50 meter pool, which is Olympic size, it will be 10 laps to do 500 meters.
That depends on the length of your "lap." The normal lap in US high schools and colleges is a quarter mile long. In this case, it would take you just under 7 laps to reach 1.7 miles.