How big is an olympic size pool?
Olympic-size swimming pools are 50 m or 164 feet in length, 25 m or 82 feet in width, and 2 m or 6 feet in depth. These measurements create a surface area of 13,454.72 square feet and a volume of 88,263 cubic feet. The pool has 660,253.09 gallons of water, which equals about 5,511,556 lbs.
According to Orenda, an Olympic Size pool is 50 meters long by 25 meters wide and at least 2 meters deep. This means a minimum of 2500 cubic meters, or 2.5 million liters of water. In the United States, 50 meter pools are usually 25 yards wide and 164 feet long.
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