An average time for a 14-year-old running the 50 meter dash is around 9 seconds. For a 100 meter dash, it would be about 13 seconds.
It depends on how fast you run.
A good competing time is 100: about 12.5 or lower 200: about 26-28
100 meter dash for men and the 100 meter dash and 100 meter hurdles for women.
A good time for 100 meter dash for your age is 11-12.5 seconds.
Travis Padgett of Clemson University broke the collegiate 100 meter dash record by running a time of 9.89 seconds at the 2008 US Olympic trials.
A 12 year old's average time for the 100 meter dash, should be about 15 or 16 seconds.
the mens 100 meter sprint
In 2007, Veronica Campbell-Brown from Kingston, Jamaica ran the 100 meter in 10.89. She is tied with Evelyn Ashford as the eighth fastest woman in the world for running the 100 meter in 10.76 May 31, 2011.
11.1 that's what i get. and i am 11 not 12
The 100 meter relay is a short running event that is about measuring the fastest sprinter. It is common in the Olympics and has the 100 meter relay as a close variation of the race.
15 t0 20ish
For a seven year old? well, i haven't heard much of seven year olds running 100 meter dashes yet, but I'm just going off on a limb here and saying maybe somewhere between 18-21 seconds? Maybe, I'm not too sure...
11.72 100 meter time to 40 yard dash
it could be like 100 calories
A reliable way to convert a hand-held 100-yard time to an electronic 100-meter time is to multiply the hh-time by 1.103. Therefore, 10.2 in the 100-yard dash time equates to an 11.25 100-meter dash time. Also, to convert an electronic 100-yard dash time to an electronic 100-meter dash time, multiply the first time by 1.088. For example, a 10.20 electronic 100-yard time equates to an 11.10 electronic 100-meter dash time.
A 12.07 time in the 100-meter dash is equivalent to 11.03 seconds in the 100-yard dash.
Evan Trotter Pennsylvania ran the 100 meter dash in 12 seconds holding the record for Boyertown area school district for a 12 year old.