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Q: How long would the 6th lane of a 300 meter track be?

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475-500m

Stay at least 15 inches from the rail all the way around a 400 meter track and you will cover a quarter mile (440 yards) each lap. So you can run 4 laps in lane one and cover a mile, as long as you are on the outer part of the lane.

400 meters. The track is designed so that no mater what lane you are in, the distance is equal as long as lane 6 starts ahead of 5-1. There are starting markers on the track that will say 400m, 200m, ect. and that is how you know where to start. The starting points are scattered because of the potion of your lane, if you are in lane 1, you will be starting in the back. If you are in lane 8, you will be in front. The only time you are not staggered is if you are on a straight path such as a 100m or 50m.

If it is 1500m, then it is 1500m, no matter how long the track is. If you mean how many laps, that would be 3.75 laps on a 400m track, and 7.5 on a 200m track.

400 mtrs

No, once a race is over one lap the athletes will cut-in.

A stardard olympic running track is 400 meters from the inside lane, 500 meters from the outside lane.

Run in lane 1 if you have the choice. This would only matter in long distance races. Running in lane 1 allows you to put in less effort to get around the track because every next lane to the outside of the first is almost 3 meters longer and this would matter in the long run. If somebody is in front of you in lane 1, go to lane 2 and run a little faster to get ahead of that guy. Only do that if you know you can catch that guy ahead of you. Hopefully this was what you were looking for!

400 meters from the inside lane.

The 50 meter dash is an 8th of a track, or half of a straightaway

how long is the track? at mine it is 4 times.

200m

It is when your foot comes out of the lane's lines when sprinting. For long-distance running, which I did, as long as you stay within the extremities of all of the lanes, you are good.

Field sports are those events that are not performed on a track. When you hear the term 'Track and Field', the 'track' sports are those that are performed on a track (100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, 400 meter dash, 1500 meter run, etc.). The 'field' sports are not performed on a track (high jump, long jump, shot put, pole vault, etc).

You talking bout the strait- away, if so its a hundred meters.

Its about 2:00

A standard outdoor track is 400 meters long or about 437 yards. The straightaways and curves are 100 meters each.

4x400 meter go fast be the best

Approximately 500 yards or 450 meters depending on the width of each lane.

400m every lane is the same distance. Yes, the above is true in a 400 metre race! However, if you are training or running for fitness or pleasure on a track, signs often tell you not to run on the inside lane, and you may wonder like I have what the distance is around various lanes. See the answer in this website to: "What is the length of each lane on a running track?" The line around which you run in lane #6 is approximately 440 meters long (439.898 meters long, to be mathematically more precise).

The line you run around in the third lane, where the inside lane is 400 metres long and the lanes are 1.27 m. wide including the lane marking, is approximately 416 metres long, 415.959 to be mathematically more precise.

If you remain in a lane when you run on an oval track where the inside lane is 400 meters and each lane is 48 inches wide and the line between lanes is two inches wide the following will apply:Each lane width, including a lane marking, will be 50 inches or 1.27 meters. Note that different standards may apply. Some calculate lane widths as 1.25 metres, or 1.22 metres (apparently the Olympic lane width) which would result in slightly shorter lanes.Lane 1 (inside lane) is 400 meters long on the inside of the lane.Lane 2 is 407.98 metres long on the inside of the lane.Lane 3 is 415.959 metres long . . . .Lane 4 is 423.939 metres long . . . .Lane 5 is 431.918 metres long . . . .Lane 6 is 439.898 metres long . . . .Lane 7 would be 447.878 metres long . . . .Lane 8 would be 455.857 metres long . . . .That is a difference of about 7.98 meters or 8 m between the length of each lane.Runners on a track run two halves of a circle plus the two straight lines that connect the two halves. The straight stretches are identical for each lane, but the circle is bigger in each successive lane. Think of a single lane width as the radius of the circle. The diameter of that circle equals two lane widths. Pi times that diameter equals the amount by which each lane exceeds the lane just inside it.The formula for Circumference is pi (~3.14) times diameter (C = pi x d). So a lane's width times 2 is the diameter of that circle. The diameter times pi equals the distance by which each runner would exceed the distance of the runner on the next inside lane on a complete circuit of the track without staggered start postions. Of course that is why start positions are staggered in each lane.1.27 m x 2 equals 2.54 m.2.54 m x pi equals ~7.979645 metres. So each lane is nearly 8 m longer than its adjacent inside lane.Note: I diagramed the above with Rhino3D drawing software (www.rhino3d.com) using the following method:A circle was drawn with a radius of 34.5 metres. This makes a circle with a circumference of 216.77 metres. The circle was split in half, moved apart, and two lines 91.615 metres long were placed between the ends. The total length of the resulting line is 400 metres.The Rhino 3D software was used to offset each line by 1.27 m. Finally, the software was used to analyze the length of each line.The Math was then checked using Microsoft Excel with the formulas as described above.If measurements were made on an actual track the results may differ. Check with the track owner about which standards were followed. Then again, who knows how accurately the builders of that track followed specifications?

if you are running on a regular highschool track which is about 400meters then (if you do the math) 2 laps around the track is an 800m race

390cm but most running tracks have 8 lanes

800 meter, 1600 meter, 5000 meter, and the 10000 meter run. these are all long distance events in track and field. ~Sheldon P. Sherman