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Q: Is a lap one length in a 50 meter long pool?

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In a long course meter (LCM) pool, 50 meters equals one length of the pool. In a short course meter (SCM) pool, 50 meters equals 2 lengths or one lap of the pool.

A lap in a pool is measured by the long side of the pool. The longest length of the pool is often used for races by swimmers.

A lap in an Olympic size pool is down and back, it's just farther than doing a lap in a 25 meter pool. A lap in an Olympic pool is 100 M whereas a lap in a regular pool is 50 M.

In a long course meter (LCM) pool, 50 meters equals one length of the pool. In a short course meter (SCM) pool, 50 meters equals 2 lengths or one lap of the pool.

20 lengths of a 25 meter pool, or 10 lengths of a 50 meter pool. Some people refer to a lap as one pool length, while others refer to a lap as down and back (2 lengths). I haven't found which one is the correct terminology, but the term length has only one meaning (for the particular pool that you are using).

no a lap is down and back

A regular pool lap is 25 yards, or meters. In professional racing, such as the olympics, a 50 meter pool is used.

lap length is the inside dimension of a pool whereas the Development length is the dimension of the hole required to build the pool.

When a coach says 1 length, they usually mean lap of the pool. One lap could be 25 yards/meters, or 50 yards/meters. It depends of what pool you swim at.

One lap in a standard Olympic pool (i.e., a 50 meter pool), 2 laps in a standard 25 meter pool, and in a 25 yd pool you need to swim 2.2 laps

A rectangular pool shape is longer than it is wide. A lap would be comprised of swimming the length of the pool.

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