How many gallons are in an Olympic size swimming pool?
This question is not easily answered because Olympic size only refers to the width and length, not depth. So variation in depth can greatly affect the answer. I happened to do maintainance for a university olympic sized pool years ago. It was 3 ft or 1m at the shallow end an 12ft or 4m at the deep end. It came in at just under 1/2 million gallons.
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About 660,000 gallons Dimensions of a regular Olympic-sized swimming pool are 2 meters deep, 25 meters wide, and 50 meters long. . 25 x 50 = 1,250 . 1,250 x 2 = 2,500 … So that means there are 2,500 cubed meters in the Olympic-sized pool. A 1 meter cubed is equivalent to about 264 gallons.. 2,500 x 264 = 660,000 660,000 is your answer then. .
There are five pools that meet all Olympic standards, being 50m by 25m, in Leeds, Sheffield, Cardiff, Glasgow and Sunderland. Four more are under construction in Bangor, Birmi…ngham, London and Plymouth. Therre are a number of other 50m pools, but they are not 2m wide.
I would say probably around 50-200 gallons.
There are 47 olympic size swimming pools in Australia. Alex the swimmer.
2,500 m 3 (88,000 cu ft) or 2,500,000 L (550,000 imp gal/660,000 US gal) minimum, depending on depth  ...
depends on how big the swimming pool is An Olympic swimming pool is a standard size so you must take the legnth times the width times the depth and convert the cubic yards t…o gallons.
In a normal Olympic Pool there are 10 lanes. I'm not too sure what a semi Olympic pool is!
1 gallon (US/liquid)= 3.7854 L . Olympic pool is ~660 gallons. 660x3.7854=2,498.364. There are is about 2,500 liters of water in an olympic pool.
If the pool is 50m by 25m and is 2m deep then it will have 2,500 kilolitres of water in it. It's volume would be 2,500 metres cubed:) 50m by 25m by 2m is the standard Olympic …swimming pool measurement:) hope that helps:)
It depends on the size of the pool. There are too many variables to able to answer this question.
660,000 gallons of water
250,000 gallons. :)
Well, if you count the NSA (National Swimming Club), then 3,641,752.5 The "point 5" comes from the asteroid that destroyed that pool once...