A two-hundred yard freestyle is an event at a swim meet in which the swimmer will swim the freestyle stroke back and forth across a normal pool four times (twice across, twice back).
The average 100 yard time for a 7 year old boy depends on which stroke they are swimming and the length of the pool. A typical time for a boy younger then 10 swimming the 100 yard freestyle is 1 minute 10 seconds.
Well, presuming that you equate a "lap" with "one length of the pool", a mile is 1760 yards, which means that you would have to swim 70.4 laps to swim a mile.Thus, a one-half mile is equal to 35.2 laps or, more practically speaking, 35 laps plus 5 more yards.However, in competitive swimming, the 1650 Yard Freestyle and 1500 Meter Freestyle races are colloquially referred to as "the mile."The 1650 Yard Freestyle is only swum in swim meets that take place in non-metric, 25 yard pools. (There is no 1500 Freestyle in meets taking place in these yard-denominated pools.) The 1650 Yard Freestyle is 66 laps. One half of that race is 825 yards, which is 33 laps.The 1500 Meter Freestyle is only swum in meets that take place in pools denominated in meters (pools of either 25 meters or 50 meters in length). (There is no 1650 Freestyle in meets taking place in these meters-denominated pools.) In at 25-meter pool, the 1500 Meter Freestyle is 60 laps, and one-half of it (750 meters) is 30 laps. In a 50 meter pool (i.e. an Olympic-sized pool), the 1500 Meter Freestyle is 30 laps, and one-half of it is 15 laps.
I would say a low 15 to be competitive even maybe a 14 to win.
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4 for a 25 yard pool. 2 for a 50 yard pool. 1 for a 100 yard pool (lol)
1 meter = 1.094 yard 1 yard = 0.9144 meter
A good time depends on a lot of different things. Like how long the event is and how old you are. If you are thinking of only a 50 yard freestyle (down and back in 25 yard pool) a good time for a high school swimmer would be between 23 seconds-25 seconds. A great time is between 20 seconds- 22 seconds. If you are a college swimmer however a good time would be about 20-21 and a great time is around 18-20 (phelps does around a 16-17)
You can put a pool in any yard it doesn't matter.