Presuming a continuous speed through the whole 100 meters, someone who ran 100 yards in 10 seconds would take 10.83 seconds to run 100 meters.
A 48.8-second 440 (yards) equates to a time of 48.517seconds in the 400m
The converted time for 400 meters is 42.35 seconds.
Roughly 5.04 seconds. .9144 meters to the yard, so call it 91.44 yards. The 40 yards would come out to about 36.58 meters, which goes into the 91.44 right at 2.5 times. 12.6 seconds divided by 2.5 is 5.04 seconds.
If you maintain that same pace for the whole 100 meters, your time will be 13.12 seconds in the 100 meters.
Converting 100 meters into yards... 100 meters = 109 yards Usain Bolt ran "109 yards" in 9.69 seconds... 109 / 9.69 = 11.2 yards per second The "mythical" 40-yard dash time... 40 / 11.2 = 3.63 seconds!!!!! Simply astonishing!
100 yards = 300 ft = 91.43 meters. So at the same speed, this would be covered in 8.86 secs. WOW! I don't suppose any top class athletes would do 100 yards nowadays, but it would be interesting.
Your time would be just about the same since a yard is 36 inches and a meter is 39.37 inches. 100 yards is 91.44m. With a time of 11.5 for about 90m, you are running on average 10m in about 1.28 seconds, making your 100m time about 12.78, given the same circumstances.
you will make approximately 10.4 - 10.7
It would convert to 10.5 seconds for 100 meters.
what is the average speed 34 meters in 10 seconds Average speed is calculated by dividing the distance traveled by the time it took to travel it. In this case, divide 34 meters by 10 seconds to get 3.4 m/s.
A 220 yard dash time of 21.80 seconds translates to a time of 21.67 seconds for 200 meters.
A 10.8 second time in the 100 yard dash converts to 11.81 seconds in the 100 meters.
Well, in the US they use meters, Kilometers, and even miles. Occasionally some races are measured in yards, but that is rare. If we are talking about time, its measured in hours, minutes, seconds.
220 yards = 201.2 meters So multiply your time in 220 yards by 0.994036.
It would depend on the time it takes the ball to get 80 yards. To find the speed, you take the distance (in this case, 80 yards) and divide it by the time it takes to get there. If you take the time in seconds, you'll have the speed in yards/second. If you want to convert that to miles/hour, you would do this: 80 yards = 1/22 miles The time in hours it took would be t/3600, where t is the time it took in seconds. To find the miles/hour after you have the number of miles it traveled and the time it traveled, you would dived 1/22 by t/3600. So let's say it took 2 seconds for the ball to travel 80 yards. (1/22) / (2/3600) = 82 MPH
100 metres = 109.3613 yards so, IF the man can maintain the same average speed for the extra distance, he would take 11.155 seconds (approx).
Your time in the 40 would be 10.4 seconds.
My daughter is 12 years old and her 50 meter free is 30 seconds 50 meter fly is 33 seconds 50 meter breast is 36 seconds 50 meter back is 33 seconds Yet remember that is meters so her yards are much faster but I would say it depends how old you are and these times are from a competitive swimmer that has been swimming since she was 5 so depends on how old you are
8.7599513 seconds it would take Mr. Bolt to run 100 years if he ran at the same speed he did in his recent 100 meter race. Pretty amazing. 100 meters is 109.36133 yards 109.36133 yards is to 9.58 as 100 yards is to X
don't know in meters...but it's approximately 1 second off from yards. In yards. A 50yard time for butterfly would be 26 seconds... that means you're pretty decent and have swam before. Of course this is different depending on gender, guys being faster than girls. I'm a highschool female senior (of average athletic ability) and I just began swimming the 50 butterfly in relays. My average time is about 35.7 seconds and my coach is completely thrilled with me! xD So my guess is that it's dependent on the team and your ability
12.5 seconds in the 100 yard dash would convert to 13.67 seconds in the 100 meter dash.
A time of 1:31 in 600 yards translates to a time of 1:39.5 for 600 meters.