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.
Some quick events would be the 100 meter dash and the 100/110 high hurdles
For short distances, a female lion can reach 50 mph. That is pretty fast.
I would say not. Try looking at an NBA fast break or a running back in the NFL going for a touchdown, not to mention Usain Bolt's feat in the Olympics for a track event.
They're capable of running at 60MPH for a short period of time.
No. You don't want a starting block. Starting blocks are for the use of short (running/sprinting) events such as the 70m and 100m. The reason why we use starting blocks is to push off of something to get a fast start. Thus, you don't need/want one for the mile event as you should not be running as fast as you can all the way.
If you are going to do this for a competition, than a mix of short distance timed running and long distance running. You should keep a mix of fast short exercises and longer distance ones.
Bassets were bred for stamina, not speed. Still, they can achieve surprisingly fast running speeds with those short legs! About 5 to 10 mph.
depends how fast you are and if your fat
A fast running bird could be a roadrunner or an ostrich.
Over short distances the average person can run 100m in fifteen to twenty seconds. professional sprinters can take it down to nine seconds, or less. However, marathon running is a almost completely different from sprinting. How fast you are over a short distance may not be applicable to a longer distance.
If you're running long distance in track they would be good for that. But if you're doing short distance runs, but fast, I would recommend spiked running shoes.
A short, fast run is called a sprint.
i think fast running is very best for reduce fat fast
i would say running back....
describing running: fast, forcefully
Usain was fast
A zephyr is a wind. A greyhound is a fast-running dog. A greyhound zephyr is maybe a wind that moves as fast as a fast-running dog.