Q: What is the distance of both a short course and a olympic sized pool?

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Olympic Sized/Long Course -- 50m Shortcourse -- 25m

An Olympic sized pool is 50m

In Olympic and International competition, the distances are in meters (usually either 25 "short course" or 50 meter "long course" pools). A mile is 1609 meters. 1650 is the first 50 meter multiple over a mile, so that's the distance used for the race. The races are all the same digit of measurement (100, 200, 400, 800, 1650) regardless of yards or meters. A true "olympic size pool" measures 50 meters long and 25 meters wide (this way, the pool can be either short course or long course depending on how the lane lines are strung) which is as big as you're probably ever gonna see. However, the term "Olympic sized" seems to be thrown around a lot and can generally mean any pool big enough to do laps in (which is 25 yards (short course) in length minimal). So when asking how big a pool is one should probably find out if it's long or short course and yards or meters.

905,141,370

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.

50 Meters, standard Olympic Sized pool.

There are usually 50 meters in a Olympic sized swimming pool.

An Olympic-sized pool is 50 meters long, so divide that in half and you have 25 meters, a distance that is frequently used by countries other than the US Answer 25 meters. It's used all over the world. There are only 2 sizes for swimmin pool competitions: 25 and 50 meters. 50 meters is the so called olympic sized pool.

about 1.2 million dollars.

That depend on where you put it and what you use to build it

You can contact a pool company and ask.

Usually regulation Olympic size. approx. 50feet