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If you’re a swimmer, you may be wondering how many laps you need to swim to cover a distance of 1500 meters. Here’s a quick rundown of the laps you’ll need to swim to hit that mark.

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## Introduction

1500 meters is approximately 15 laps in a standard Olympic size pool (50 meters in length). Most people can swim a lap in about 30-60 seconds, so it would take somewhere between 7.5 and 22.5 minutes to swim 1500 meters.

## How long is a 1500 meter swim?

The length of a 1500 meter swim is approximately 25 laps in a standard 50 meter pool, or 50 laps in a standard 25 yard pool.

## How many laps is 1500 meters in a 25 meter pool?

In a standard 25 meter pool, 1500 meters is equal to 60 laps.

## How many laps is 1500 meters in a 50 meter pool?

In order to figure out how many laps you will need to swim in order to swim 1500 meters, you need to first know two things: the length of the pool and the distance you are swimming.

Assuming you are swimming in a 50 meter pool, it would take you 30 laps to swim 1500 meters.

## Conclusion

In conclusion, it takes between 20-25 laps to swim 1500 meters depending on the size of the pool. A good rule of thumb is to add one lap for every 50 meters over 1200 meters.