4 laps on a standard IAAF track
4 laps of 400m (about 4 laps of 1/4 mile)
562 laps to go
12 and a half laps
7 and a half laps
Assuming a standard 400m track, 10000/400 = 25 laps.
Four laps if your school has a 400 meter track (which most high schools do.)
5 miles. 4 laps= 1 mile on a regulation track.
The 800 meter run is a half mile or, on a standard 400 meter track, two complete laps.
Of an olympic track, just 1 lap exactly
normal 400m laps of a track, that's just over one-quarter of one.
3.7 laps around a 1/4 mile track 3.3 laps for 1500m
Depends on laps of what. Triathlons are catagorized by distance. Sprint distance is 750 meter swim, 20km bike, 5km run.
Dimensional Analysis, use it. 6 km * 1000 m/1 km * 1 lap/400 m = 15 laps.
My guess would be at least 12.5 laps around a 400 meter track, because a varsity race is usually 5k.
for a 10,000 metre track event, its about 25 laps of a 400m track.
0.5 laps around the track each lap is 400m
4 laps a kilometer=1000 meters 2*1000=2000 meters/500=4
If you start running at the beginning of a straightaway on a standard track, you run three laps then stop at the beginning of final curve. (3 3/4 laps).
a meter run is a run where you just run, it can be an 800 (2 laps) 400 (1 lap) 1600 (mile) 2400 (mile and a half) 100 (1/4 lap)
two and a half smartass two and a half smartass
100 meters is 1/4 of the track.