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Q: How many lengths must you swim in a 20 meter pool to swim one mile?

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64.37376 lengths to be exact. So in other words 32.1870 laps. Have fun buddy.

17.6 lengths

A mile in a 25 yard pool equals 71 lengths or 36 laps (1,760 yards in a mile). A mile in a 25 meter pool equals 66 lengths or 33 laps (1,650 meters in a mile). In a 50 Meter pool, a mile is 1,650 meters, which is 33 lengths or 17 laps of the pool. 2 lengths of a pool equals 1 lap.

666.66 lengths. There are 1,000 meters in a km, so 10 km = 10,000 meters. Divide 10,000m by 15m and you get 666.66

Pools are typically in 25yd, 25m, and 50m lengths, but in the case of a 33m pool, there are 1609 meters in a mile, and 1609/ 33 = 48.75 So, 49 laps in a 33m pool would bring you a little over a mile.

Twenty in a 50 meter pool (Olympic), or 40 in a 25 yard pool (collegiate). However, there is no 1 km race in an olympic pool, it is either an 800 meter or a 1500 meter, which they call the mile.

to swim 800 meters in a 25 meter poll, you must swim 32 lengths, but to swim 800 YARDS, you only have to swim 29.26 lengths (so you should just swim 30 lenghts)

A mile is 1600m. So you would need to do 64 lengths to have done 1 mile.Which is 32 laps.32 Laps (down and back) = 1 mile64 Lengths ( 64 lengths X 25 meters/length = 1600 = 1 mile)Technically a mile is 1609 meters so you'd need to swim about 64.36 lengths if you absolutely must get to one mile exactly.There are 1,609.344 meters in a mile. Since there is confusion on what a "lap" is, I will include both a one length and two length answer.When 1 length = 1 lap, you would need to complete 64.3 laps for a mile (I would stop at 64 and call it a mile)When 2 lengths = 1 lap, you would need to complete 32.18 laps for a mile64. I think.1609 / 25 = 64 laps

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