What are the dimensions of a Olympic size pool? It turns out that Olympic swimming pools have some pretty specific dimensions. They are 50 meters long, 25 meters wide, and 2 meters deep. In terms

## What are the dimensions of a Olympic size pool?

It turns out that Olympic swimming pools have some pretty specific dimensions. They are 50 meters long, 25 meters wide, and 2 meters deep. In terms of volume, when full, these pools hold 2.5 million liters of water or about 660,000 gallons.

### How much longer is 25 meters than 25 yards?

A 25-yard pool is equivalent to 22.86 meters, or a bit more than 90% the length of a 25-meter pool. And, of course, a 50-meter pool is twice the length of a 25-meter pool. It is not uncommon for recreational pools to not be built to exacting standards.

#### How many laps in a 25 meter pool is a mile?

64.3736

If you want to swim exactly a mile in a 25-meter pool, you’ll need to swim 64.3736 lengths. Many lifeguards tell patrons to either round down to 64 lengths or up to 66 to keep things simple.

**What are the dimensions of a standard swimming pool?**

In ground swimming pool sizes

W x L | Rectangular | |
---|---|---|

Feet | Meters | ft2 |

20 x 40 | 6.10 x 12.20 | 800 |

24 x 40 | 7.32 x 12.20 | 960 |

25 x 50 | 7.62 x 15.24 | 1250 |

**How big is a junior olympic size pool?**

The summer Junior Olympics are competed in a long course meters (LCM) pool, which is 50 meters . LCM is the standard Olympic sized pool, so it is the same distance that you see the athletes competing in Rio. The winter Junior Olympics competitions use a short course yard (SCY) pool, which is 25 yards.

## What are the dimensions of an Olympic swimming pool?

Olympic-size swimming pool are approximately 50 m or 164 feet in length, 25 m or 82 feet in width, and 2 m or 6 feet in depth.

### How deep is an Olympic swimming pool?

To clear things up, a regulation Olympic competition pool: Contains about 500,000 gallons of water. Length is 164 feet (50 meters) Width: 82 feet (25 meters) Depth: 7 feet; 2 meters (minimum); 9 feet, 10 inches (3 meters) is recommended.

#### How many gallons in an Olympic size pool?

Olympic-size swimming pool contains 2,500,000 L of water, assuming a nominal depth of 2 m. It’s around 550,000 imp gal and 660,000 US gal – if you don’t believe us, you can check it with our volume converter tool, where you’ll find other volume units as well.