The same way you measure it on the flat - with a distance-measuring wheel that clicks for every X meters.
As for where to measure (as in the inside track is shorter than the outside), I'm not sure
(Assuming same and constant velocity)
Velocity = distance / time, so: time = distance / velocity
convert 300 yards to metres : ((300 * 36 * 25.4) / 1000) = 274.32 metres
Install arbitrary speed, say 10 metres / second
so: time for 300 yds ( 274.32 metres) = 274.32 / 10 = 27.432 seconds
and at same velocity:
time for 300 metres = 300 / 10 = 30.0 seconds
30.0 / 27.432 = 1.0936
so: multiply number of yards time * 1.0936 = same number of metres time
its 3/4 of the track, a lot of tracks have numbers at the end of the first bend starting from the finish line. jus go to the finish line and look left, if you walk straight to the other side of the track youll be at the 300start
300 meters is 3/4 of a lap on an outdoor track.
That's about 1 1/4 lap short of two miles. It should be run in about 12min. You have to have a lot of stamina.
hmm.... about 300 meters I'd say
7 and a half laps.
Track 100 meter 200 meter 400 meter etc.
3 sides of the track
there are 2 types of tracks 400 meter tracks and 300 meter tracks.
In lane one it is the finish line on a 400m track.
one lap around the track field.
A track snd some spikes.
400 meter hurdle race
60 Dash 100 Meter Dash 200 Meter 400 Meter
400 Metre(s) = 437.4453193351 Yard(s)
Depends on the track. If it is a standard 400 meter track, it will be eight laps. If it is indoors it will be about thirteen.