It depends on what the indoor track meet is at. If it is at a highschool then there probably won't be much room to do much stuff like the 100M or anything above unless they have you run laps to have it count...but if the track meet is inside like a stadium or a work out place then I am sure you would be able to run the 100M 200M 400M 800M 1600M and the mile. But don't ask me if I am correct because this is only what I think.
the two event are running and jumping
he did both speed and strength events he ran 200 and 1500 meters, threw the javelin and the discus, preforming the broad jump.
For high school runners, track and field distance events include the 400m, 800m, 1600m, 3200m, and 4x400m. Occasionally, some high schools compete in distance medleys which may be a 4x800m or 400, 800, 1200, 1600 relay or 4 x1600m. For the Olympics, the distance events include: 400m, 800m, 1600m, 3000m, 5000m, and 10000m. There are also relays, the most famous one being 4x400m.
She ran track
NASCAR events are ran by cars you can supposedly buy at any dealership, but of course, are greatly modified for the track.
she ran track involved in track and field
Pretty sure he has.
The correct answer depends upon the meet in question, however it is usually a distance race. In the 2012 Olympics, they ran the women's marathon on the first day of track and the men's marathon on the last day. If we are discussing an invitational meet of some sort, then it could literally be any distance of the meet director's choosing. If we are discussing a championship meet, then it depends upon what distances are included in the schedule, but usually the longest distance race would be the first race.
Ran is the simple past tense of "run". The past participle is "run". e.g. the horse ran the entire track.