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Q: What was the fastest time for 50 meter swim?

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A good time for a long course woman 50 freestyle is about a 30.00

30 seconds

In a 100 meter swim, there are 4 laps in a 25 meter pool or 2 laps in a 50 meter pool.

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5.23 seconds Odbogaba Kaliw of Jamaca recorded this time in 1998

The 1500 meter swim, which is approximately a mile, record is 14:34.56 by Grant Hackett from Australia. This record, along with other swimming records, can be found at- http://www.vilacom.net/swimming/men.php Actually, to approximate swimming a mile, one would have to swim 1609.34 meters -- that's 109.34 meters more than the 1500 meter swim or 2.19 more lengths of a 50 meter pool. (1 meter = 3.2808399 feet)

Generally, swimming records are measured in meters. The current world record for a 50 meter butterfly swim is 22.43 seconds, set in 2009 by Rafael Munoz of Spain.

I think that a good time for a fifty ding a 50 free is around 40 to 50 seconds I could be wrong though

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15.6

In a 50 meter pool there are 5 laps and in a 25 meter pool there 10 laps.

50 seconds

15.56%

20 Laps

My daughter is 12 years old and her 50 meter free is 30 seconds 50 meter fly is 33 seconds 50 meter breast is 36 seconds 50 meter back is 33 seconds Yet remember that is meters so her yards are much faster but I would say it depends how old you are and these times are from a competitive swimmer that has been swimming since she was 5 so depends on how old you are

If it is in a 50 meter pool then there are 7 laps and in a 25 meter pool their are 14 laps.

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It would be 15 laps.

In a 25 meter pool, 32 In a 50 meter pool, 16

50 Back 50 Breast 50 Fly 50 Free

30-33 sec

In a 25 yard and meter pool, it takes 22 laps. In a 50 meter pool it takes 12 laps.

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.

750 meters. In most cases, a pool meant for athletic use is 25 meters long. So if you swim there and back, its 50 meters. Do the math

For 25 meter pool; 40 lengths. Down and back is 50 meters. For 50 meter (olympic size); 20 lengths. Down and back is 100 meters.

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