Minimum Volume of water in an olympic swimming pool = 2,500,000 liters
Source = Wikipedia (no reference as to temperature). Depends on size of pool.
Average daily consumption of water by a 150 lb human exercising 20 minutes a day = 2.36 liters a day.
Source = CSGN Network calculator.
(My grandmother drinks less, the fat woman down the street drinks more.)
2,500,000 liters / 2.36 liters = 1060 liters a day.
This does not include evaporation nor kids peeing in the pool.
I disagree entierly with your mathematics, it depends upon which planet the pool is located creating a variable surrounding the gravitational potential energy of the water.
I think you are trying to ask how old you would have to be to have drunk enough liquid on average to fill an olympic sized pool. That would partly depend on your average rate of liquid intake pert day, which varies widely from person to person.
Not even close.
12.8 meters. It depends on the Olympic water polo pool it is.
A pool the water is sanitized and with proper water chemistry. A lake may contain harmful bacteria. Water chemistry in a pool is balanced to somewhat obtain the chemical levels that are present in tap water that you drink. You are trying to duplicate that with pool chemistry. You drink chlorine and wash clothes in it. After hurricanes and such small amounts of bleach is used to sanitize water enough to drink. Think about it. Would you drink that lake water or drink your properly balanced pool water instead? Hope this is helpful.
chlorinated fresh water (not salt water )
About 6 feet
Since 1 gallon equals 90,840 drops and 1 Olympic sized swimming pool has 660,430 gallons, there are 59,993,461,200 drops in an Olympic size swimming pool.