4, the same as on any other relay team.
Four. When you see the name of the relay event it is shown as something like "4x100 meter relay". This means there are four runners on each team that will run 100 meters each. If the event is the "4x400 meter relay" this means there are four runners on each team that will run 400 meters each. This answer given above is not totally correct. There are 6 people on a relay team. There are 2 reserved runners incase of emergencies.
There are four runners per team who compete in a relay. However, teams always have alternates (back ups) in case of an injury or drop out.
Usually 4 or more per team depending on distance
9x8x7x6 = 3024.
there is 12 runners in an olympic relay race
Typically a team of 4 runners. They'll probably have some backup runners ready in case one or more runners fall ill at an inconvenient moment.
4 runners & a baton.
On a highschool cross country team there can be seven runners that score points for the team. These runners are considered varsity and run in the bigger meets for the team.
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There are typically 4 runners in a relay. Hense the slang for relays such as calling the 3200 relay a 4x800 relay. Each runner is considered a "leg"
For high school, the top seven runners are the varsity runners. The top five to cross the finish line are scored for the team. Everyone else is junior varsity.
A relay is a race in which there are several runners in a team and they all run a short distance with a baton and pass this baton to the next team member who runs the next length with it. The fastest team round the circuit wins. There is much skill in handing the baton over without losing speed (or dropping it!).
Anyone that ran in the semi-final or final can win medals, up to six athletes. Two substitutions can be made between semi and final.
3 times, there are 4 runners in a relay.
it is a baton
The Incas used relay runners to spread news from one place in their empire to another.
An olympic relay team usually consists of four people per team.
they each run 107.5 meters.
A relay race.
If you're thinking of the short wooden or metal 'stick' they pass between the runners - that's called a baton.