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.
One lap is usually measured as the distance from one end of the pool to the other and back. For an Olympic-size pool, which is 50 meters in length, one lap is 100 meters.
A full size Olympic lap pool is 50 meters in length. The width of the pool depends on space and usage requirements.
I am assuming by professional, you mean Olympic size. An Olympic size pool is 50 meters. The most common lap pool is 25 yards.
One lap or length of an Olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters. That is about 10% longer than 50 yards.
One lap of the pool is usually 25 meters or yards. An Olympic pool is 50 meters long.
In a short course pool it is 25 meter and in a long pool or olympic size pool it is 50 meters. 25 meters= 82.02 feet. 50 meters= 164.04 feet. :0
It depends on how fast you swim, but an Olympic athlete like Michael Phelps could do it in 23 seconds
One length of an Olympic size swimming pool is 50mtrs or 164.041 feet, so a lap (2 lengths) would be 328.082 feet
the lenght of an olympic sized swimming pool is 50 meters from one end to the other
An average recreational pool, is 25 yards per lap, some competetive pools are 25 meters per lap, and an olympic sized pool is 50 meters per lap.
In a standard pool for competitive swimming, it would only be one lap. In an Olympic sized pool, it would be half of one lap.
In an Olympic size swimming pool, a full lap is fifty meters. Therefore, four hundred laps would be equal to eight hundred meters.
Swimming from one end to the other is considered to be one lap or length
Yes. Out and back lengthwise is considered a lap.
An olympic pool is 50 meters. A lap is 100 meters. That is about 0.062 miles. To swim one mile you have to swim about 16 laps.
that would depend upon the length of the pool. The Most common lap pools in the USA are 25 yards. Some are 25 Meters. If you have an Olympic size pool they could be 50 or even 100 Meters or yards. Most of the lane lines are about 4 inches wide.
To build a rectangular lap pool in Tucson, Arizona will cost around $150,000. This can vary greatly depending on exactly how big you want it to be and what company you use.
Most lap pools are 25 yards long. High-level college swim meets in the U.S. use Olympic size (50 meters), and lower-level meets use 25 yards.
It takes 10 laps in an 50m Olympic size swimming pool and 20 laps in a 25m long swimming pool. A lap = a length. It's confusing because on a track, a lap is an oval path around the track back to the starting point. A pool is a straight line vs an oval on a track so when you travel it's entire length, you've gone a lap.
In an Olympic sized pool at 164ft, swimming from one side to the other side would be about .05km. So, you would have to swim to the opposite side of the pool 30 times to swim 1.5k.Assuming that 164ft is the pool size and one lap is considered swimming to the opposite side of the pool.If you're in a normal sized pool, you would need to swim 60 lengths.
lap means down and back. in a high school pool it means 50 yd/m total, in an olympic pool it totals to 100yd/m (50 from wall to wall)
A lap is two lengths of a pool as defined by most competitive swimmers and Webster's Dictionary. The distance of a lap depends on how long the pool is. Most pools are either 25 yards or 25 meters, thus making a lap 50 yards or meters. You would need to ask the pool director if the particular pool is meters or yards as it can be difficult to tell, unless you are a really good judge of distance. Other pools can be 50 meters. Olympic-size pools are 50 meters x 25 meters.
An Olympic pool is 50 meters in length so 50 meters would be one length of the pool .
It depends on the pool. The 'standard' length pool in the U.S. is Junior Olympic, which is 25 yards. That would be 2 lengths (or one lap) to reach 50 yards. In an Olympic pool, which is 50 meters, one length (or 1/2 lap) would be a tad over 50 yards. If you aren't sure which type pool you are swimming in, it's probably a Junior Olympic...Olympic pools are not very common (in the U.S.).