100cm by 200cm
50m for full Olympic pool. 25m for half of a Olympic pool
In a normal Olympic Pool there are 10 lanes. I'm not too sure what a semi Olympic pool is!
Neither. Say, "25 metre pool".
A semi-olympic pool is 25 meters long by 12.5 meters wide with a depth of between 1.2 and 1.6 meters.
The competition pools at the Olympics, and other world swimming events, are 50 meters long, but vary in width. Short course competion pools, in yards or meters, are not used at the Olympics, but are 25 yards or 25 meters long. The term "semi-Olympic sized" pool is not used in competitive swimming, but is sometimes used by non-competition swimmers to mean a pool with marked lanes.
A pool table does not have a semi-circle. Only the snooker table has a semi-circle.
Anyone that ran in the semi-final or final can win medals, up to six athletes. Two substitutions can be made between semi and final.
The answer depends on the track. They are not all the same shape.
a semi-final is the event after the quarter finals
8'6" max legal / non permit