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A pool that is used for the junior Olympics (I'm assuming that's what you're referring to) is either 25 yards or 50 meters long, depending on the country you're in. In the US, the JO size is 25 yards.

AnswerThere really is no Jr. Olympic pool. If one is referring to a pool that is used for the AAU Jr. Olympics, the pool dimensions are the same as full grown Olympics. If one is referring to a pool that is smaller than an Olympic pool (Jr. in size) Then a short course pool is usually found. Here are the standards used for Olympic pools. I found this on the usaswimming.org website. Follow the following link.http://www.usaswimming.org/USASWeb/_Rainbow/Documents/6d93bb35-b042-42e2-95c2-de5b83f74083/2005%20Rulebook1protected.pdf

AnswerThe lane size for any pool used in USA swimming championships and international competition is 8 feet 2 1/2 inches or 2.5 meters from divider to divider with approximately .45 meters or (1 foot 6 inches)of additional open water for the outside of the outside lanes. AnswerSince this is not a internationally recognized size, at least in US a Junior Olympic Pool would be either 20 meters or 25 yards. Neither of them truly is half of Olympic size pool.ANSWER

Competition pools in the US are usually one of four lengths. They are 25 yards, 25 meters, 55 yards, or 50 meters. These lengths are chosen because only pools of these lengths are recognised for the establishment of record times by US swimming regulatory bodies such as USA Swimming. Recreational pools come in all shapes and sizes and are not CERTIFIED. Competition pools must be certified by an engineer to be within very strict limits so as to provide a standard length for setting records. International rules are different (see FINA ). If you want to determine conversions from meters to yards it is generally acceptable to add 10% to a yard time to yield a close approximation of a meter time. This is true because a meter is about 3.37 in longer than a yard. Mile distances are rounded to the nearest full length. For example a mile in a yard pool is 70 lengths or 1750 yds, actually 10 feet shorter than a mile. The best way to determine whether the pool you work out in is 25yds or 25 m is to get a tape measure and measure the pool.

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The dimensions of an Olympic pool are required to be 25 meters by 50 meters. PCH=NOT 10

An Olympic Length pool is 50 meters. To convert any meter to feet, you multiply by 3.28084, so an Olympic Length pool should be 164.02 feet or 54.68 yards. addendum: for extra trivia - an Olympic pool is 25 meters wide and 2 meters deep. Use the same conversion factor as mentioned above.

It could be either 50 or 25. The one I swam in was 25 yards.

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I am assuming by professional, you mean Olympic size. An Olympic size pool is 50 meters. The most common lap pool is 25 yards.

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.

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A semi-olympic pool is 25 meters long by 12.5 meters wide with a depth of between 1.2 and 1.6 meters.

An Olympic pool is 50 meters in length so 50 meters would be one length of the pool .