Olympic standard swimming pool. In other words, it means swimming pool in accordance with International Swimming Federation standards. The Olympic pools should be arranged according to the International Swimming Federation (FINA) standards and the swimming pool should be built in accordance with these rules. This pool is constructed in two different types. Full Olympic and half Olympic. The features of the Olympic pools are as follows:
- Height: 50 meters
- Width: 25 meters
- Depth: 5 meters
- Number of lanes: 10
- Lane width: 2,5 meters
- Water temperature: 25 ° C – 27 ° C
How to Build an Olympic Pool?
Olympic pool construction is done in two varieties. Inside the pool and outside the pool. Olympic pools between indoor or outdoor pools can be made for both places. The climate conditions, location, area and similar factors of the region to be done vary. The Olympic pool occupies quite a lot of space in size. The required area is calculated by adding the environmental arrangement and other sections to use. If it is located below this area, the construction phase does not start according to the quality standards. If the required area is provided, the plan will be drawn and the construction phase will begin.
Olympic Pool standards
Olympic pool standards and Olympic pool sizes: Olympic pool sizes are 50 meters in length and 25 meters in width. Olympic pool depth is at least 2 meters. Olympic pools, each of which has a 10-meter Lane, are 2, 5 meters wide. 8 lanes are used in swimming competitions in order to avoid the adverse effects of the fluctuations in the sides, the lane 0 and Lane 9 are not used in the sides. The water temperature in the Olympic pools should be between 25-27 degrees. In short lane races, 25 meters long pools are used.