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Q: How many yards in one lap around a standard track and field track?

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The tracks around a football field are typically designed to be a quartermile track, meaning 4 times around gives you a mile. If you walk around the outside edge of a standard US Football field, (120 yards by 53 1/3 yards wide) it is just over 5 times around to equal 1760 yards, or one mile.

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Laps around/in WHAT? A "standard" track, of the kind used in high school track and field events, is usually 440 yards (0.25 miles) around.

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You run half the track. A full lap is 440 yards. Lane 5 Athletics.

If we're talking about a standard track that measures 440 yards, then the distance traveled would be about 1.57 miles.

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1 mile equals to 1760 yards. 4 circles around a football field running track is equivalent to about 1 mile. therefore, 1760 yards divided by 4 circles equals to 440 yards per circle. so, since 500 yards is 60 more from 440, then it must be a little over one full circle around the track :) hope that helps

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