depends upon the pool length! In an outdoor 50 meter pool, the swimming "mile" is the 1500 which is 30 lengths; in a 25 yard pool, typical of most indoor courses in the US, the 1650 is called the "mile" and it is 66 lengths. Neither is a true mile of 5,280 feet however.
Many schools/colleges have swim teams and water polo teams. When I was in high school it was a graduation requirement that we swim a 100 laps and swimming is also used as a PE class.
That depends on the depth of the swimming pool, and also on its exact shape.
On an outdoor track 4 laps equal one mile. In a swimming pool, a swimming mile is 33 laps down and back, a real mile is 36 laps down and back.
It depends on the size of the swimming pools. If the pool is small, you need to swim many laps to get to 1/4 mile. 1/4 mile is 440 yards.
22 laps in a 25 yard pool is equal to 1/3 mile. In competitive swimming, 66 laps or 1650 yds. is what is considered a mile. If swimming a 50 meter pool, 1,500 meters or 30 laps is a mile.
66 laps in a 25 yard pool would equal a miles.
well 1600m is a mile which is 64 laps. So a lil under that.
66 laps in an average YMCA swimming pool.
Thirty five laps is equal to a mile in a fifteen yard swimming pool. The time to complete these laps may vary.
A mile is 1600m, therefore you need to swim 32 laps of a 50m pool to equal 1 mile
In a 50 meter pool, one mile would be 16 laps (32 lengths).
5280 feet in a mile divided by 40 feet length of pool 132 laps