In High School track and field, you are allowed to compete in 5 events. You may compete in 3 field events and 2 running events or 3 running events and 2 field events.
Track running, field jumping, and field throwing.
300 meters is 3/4 of a lap on an outdoor track.
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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a 3x1200 is a relay race in which each member must run 1200 meters (= 3/4 of a mile or = 3 laps on an outdoor track) right after another
1/3 of a mile
100 meters, mile(or 1500 or 1600), and 5k.
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They are the boundaries between each lane. In some meets, you will be disqualified if you run on the line more than 3 consecutive times.
3/4's of a lap
Usually it is the same as high school which is 400m around. There are 4 differant races on this track in track and field. 100m is a strait line on the track. 200m is half the track. 800m is two laps 1500m is 3 and 3/4 laps.
assuming that you have a 400m track... then it would be 3/4 of the way around.. if you had a 200m track.... it would be 1 and 1/2 times football field perimeter is 120 yards + 55 1/3 + 120 + 55 1/3 = 330 2/3 yards. Since 110 yards is almost exactly 100 meters, once around the perimeter of a football field (running on the sidelines) is pretty darned close to 300 meters...
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Assuming that we are dealing with a standard track, where the lanes are 42 in. wide and there is no curb on the inside of lane 1, then the answer is 0.257 miles or 413 meters.
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New Zealand's first gold medal in Olympic athletics (track and field) was won by Jack Lovelock in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. He won the 1500 meter race in what was then a world record time of 3:47.8.
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I do believe it was Wilma Rudolph in the 1960 Olympic games in Rome.
Track and field athlete. Born Jacqueline Joyner on March 3, 1962, in East St. Louis, Illinois. Joyner-Kersee attended UCLA, where she starred in both track and basketball.
Track is scored in many ways. In a relay such as 4 by 4 and 4 by 8 the winning team gets 5 points that's with all relays. the losing team gets none. in track and field events first place is 5 points second is 3 points third is 1 point. That's basically how its scored hope I answered ur question.