one mile = 1760 yards,
1/4 mile = 440 yards
Most modern Track and Field distances are now measured in meters, 100, 200, 400.....
Back in the day they were measured in yards, 100, 220, 440, 880.....
1/4 of a mile.
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U will see that in almost all high schools.The track is built around the football field and the field events during a track meet take place on the football field.Tracks can also be built around soccer fields.
The length of a track around a football field is exactly 400 meters.
There are a 120 yards, including end zones, in a football field. There are 360 feet in 120 yards, and 5280 feet is a mile, then there is .06 miles in a football fieldUpdated edit: I believe they were asking about the circumference, you are talking about the diameter. 4 laps around a football track = just about 1 mile.Diameter, however, is not .06 miles - it is rounded incorrectly. The number is 0.0684.... It is actually 0.07 miles in one end to the other a football field, not the track around it. The number looks small, but look at it this way: .07, then .14 (after two) .21 (after three)... the number rises fairly quickly....Yeah, I know, it's only off by one-hundredth - oh well, just trying to give a good answer! :)A football field is about 1/17 of a mile.
Normally a track is bigger because it goes around a football feild.
an official who enforces the rules at a football game or a track and field meet
I'm a distance runner and I average around 40 miles per week.
just over a 1/4 of a mile....
Football, track and field, and boxing are the most popular
Football(soccer) and track and field
Football Baseball Track and field
Many track and field competitions are held on an oval track surrounded by grandstands. It is not unusual for the center of the track to do double-duty as a football, baseball, soccer, or other type of sports field.