Assuming you don't run any faster in the 300m. 3/4x (time run)=300m time
Take your 55 meter hurdle time, (let's say 9.26) then divide that time by 55, = .1684, then multiply that number by 60, .1684 x 60 = 10.10. It isn't an exact science but it will be pretty close. You could obviously do the opposite also to convert your 60 time into a 55 meter time. Hope that helped. Coach LaFollette, the Hurdle Professor.
100 to 110 hurdles
You should multiply your 60-meter time by 11/6 or 1.833 . That'll give you a rough estimate of the time to expect for 110 meters, if the hurdles are spaced the same, and if you can keep up the same speed for 83% more distance.
Any time under 40 seconds is a good time for the 300 Meter Intermediate Hurdles for high school boys.
This is difficult to answer as it depends on the athlete. For an elite HS or college athlete I would add 6 seconds as a first approximation.
1) Men's 110 meter hurdles - 12.91 seconds by Liu Xiang of China at the 2004 Games in Athens. 2) Men's 400 meter hurdles - 46.78 seconds by Kevin Young of the United States at the 1992 Games in Barcelona. 3) Women's 100 meter hurdles - 12.37 seconds by Joanna Hayes of the United States at the 2004 Games in Athens. 4) Women's 400 meter hurdles - 52.64 seconds by Melaine Walker of Jamaica at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
to jump the bigger of the two hurdles position epona so that she is a ways away from the hurdle then run straight at the hurdle and use your carrots to speed up use at least three when you are nearing the hurdle when you are about to hit it epona will jump it.
The men's world record for the 110 meter hurdles is held by Dayron Robles of Cuba at a time of 12.87 seconds set June 12, 2008 at the Golden Spike meet in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Take your time in the 55m HH and double it. Now subtract one second and you are at the time you can attain outdoors in the 110m HH.
It should be. In 55m, 60m and 110m hurdles, the distances between the hurdles are the same.
100 meter hurdles: August 20, 1988 by Yordanka Donkova of Bulgaria in a time of 12.21 seconds. 400 meter hurdles: August 8, 2003 by Yuliya Pechonkina of Russia in a time of 52.34 seconds.
A 43 flat is approximately comparable to a 60 or 61 second 400 hurdle time. I ran a 39 300 and my fastest 400 time was 55. That last 100 in a 400 hurdles really really hurts.