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## How many laps is a 1km?

How many laps in 1 km? The answer is 2.5. We assume you are converting between lap [competition] and kilometre.

## How far is 1500M swim?

Olympic-size pools are 50 meters in length, so it takes 30 laps to reach 1,500 meters, which is 0.93 miles. It is the longest Olympic swimming event that’s not in open water. If you’re swimming in your local pool, which is usually 25 yards long, that’s 66 laps.

## How many laps is 1km in a 50m pool?

My record in a 25m pool is 40 lengths (1000m/1km). A 50m pool (Olympic length) would need 32 lengths and 9.3 metres. In a 400m Athletic track, 4 laps and 9.3m. Bislett Stadion, Norway hosts the world famous ‘Oslo Mile’.

## How many km is 10 laps?

Lap to Kilometer Conversion Table

Lap [lap] | Kilometer [km] |
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9 | 3.6 |

10 | 4 |

100 | 40 |

1000 | 400 |

## What is a good swim time for 1500m?

You basically go for as many laps as you can in 30 min. While there is a debate on the true value of this swim as it’s directed by most non-TI masters coaches, if you swim at a pace of 2:00 per 100m, then you should make 1500m in 30 min.

## How many laps is 4 km?

Lap to Kilometer Conversion Table

Lap [lap] | Kilometer [km] |
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1 | 0.4 |

2 | 0.8 |

3 | 1.2 |

4 | 1.6 |

## How much is 1 lap in a pool?

The Olympics defines a lap as one length of the pool. It’s worth noting, however, that Olympic pools are 50 meters in length, while most recreational lap pools are 25 yards or 25 meters. So, one could argue that a lap is actually just referring to 50 units of distance.

## What is a good time for a 1.5 K swim?

I decent 1.5k is generally sub 30 mins. Serious swimmers will be looking at sub 20. Elites are like machines and can consitently swim it in less than 18 mins. But the less said about those freaks the better!

## Which swimming stroke is the most difficult?

Butterfly

2. Butterfly. To anyone who’s not a professional swimmer, the butterfly is intimidating. It’s easily the hardest stroke to learn, and it requires some serious strength before you can start to match the speeds of the other strokes.