FINA sets the standards for the size of Olympic pools. The volume of an Olympic-size swimming pool is 660,430 gallons or 88,287 cubic feet.
An Olympic sized pool is 50m
Neither. Say, "25 metre pool".
the 1st olympic swimming pool was in 1899.
A semi-olympic pool is 25 meters long by 12.5 meters wide with a depth of between 1.2 and 1.6 meters.
One is bigger than the other
The temperature of an olympic pool is kept at 25-28C (77-82F)
Still used as an Olympic pool for practice and events.
50 Meters, standard Olympic Sized pool.
There are usually 50 meters in a Olympic sized swimming pool.
An olympic swimming pool is 2m deep, 50m long and 25m wide.
In the London 2012 Olympic Games the pool is 50 m length.