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To become classed as an Olympic pool, a swimming pool has to pass many specifications, just not in length. Width, depth, number of lanes, temperature and light levels are all taken into consideration.

Length, 51 metres, 50 metres between the touch pads.

Depth, 2 metres minimum,

Width, 25 metres,

Number of lanes, 8 +2 which are not used. Each lane must be 2.5 metres wide,

Temperature, 25-28 degrees Centigrade,

Light Level, 1500 Lux,

and lastly Volume, 2,500m3 minimum depending on depth.

Exactly 50 meters.

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An Olympic-sized swimming pool is 50m in length.

According to the International Swimming Federation (FINA), the specifications for an Olympic-size pool are as follows:

Length 50m (164ft)

width 25m (82ft)

lane width 2.5m (8'2")

water temp 25 - 28oC (77 - 82oF)

min depth 2m (6'7")

Volume min. 2,500m3 (88,000ft3)

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