Take your 55 meter hurdle time, (let's say 9.26) then divide that time by 55, = .1684, then multiply that number by 60, .1684 x 60 = 10.10. It isn't an exact science but it will be pretty close. You could obviously do the opposite also to convert your 60 time into a 55 meter time. Hope that helped. Coach LaFollette, the Hurdle Professor.
there are six hurdles in a 60m hurdles race.
just add .46 to the time if you are a boy and .56 if you are a girl.
It Depends on how the person finishes the race, since there are so many variables in the 110s, but it's about +6 to +7 seconds is the standard conversion for a decent hurdler
Take your time in the 55m HH and double it. Now subtract one second and you are at the time you can attain outdoors in the 110m HH.
There are six.
60 meter hurdles 100 meter hurdles (Woman) 110 meter hurdles (Men) 400 meter hurdles
Al Kraenzlein at the 1900 Games in Paris. Kraenzlein won gold in 60 meter dash, 110 meter hurdles, 200 meter hurdles, and long jump.
Walter Tewksbury of the United States at the 1900 Games in Paris ... he won gold in 200 meter dash and 400 meter hurdles, silver in 60 meter dash and 100 meter dash, and bronze in 200 meter hurdles.
Al Kraenzlein who won gold in men's 60 meter dash, 110 meter hurdles, 200 meter hurdles, and long jump at the 1900 Games in Paris.
There are two versions of the heptathlon, one contested outdoors mainly by women and one contested indoors mainly by men.Woman's Heptathlon:First Day: 100 meter hurdles, high jump, shot put, 200 meter dashSecond Day: long jump, javelin throw, 800 meter runMen's Heptathlon:First Day: 60 meter dash, long jump, shot put, high jumpSecond Day: 60 meter hurdles, pole vault, 1000 meter run
Al Kraenzlein of the United States won 4 gold medals at the 1900 Games in Paris (60 meter dash, 110 meter hurdles, 200 meter hurdles, long jump). He is the only athlete in Olympic history to have won four gold medals in four individual track and field events.
American Alvin Kraenzlein developed what became the modern technique and used it at the 1900 Olympics, where he won the 110- and 200-meter hurdle events, as well as the 60-meter dash and the long jump.
You should multiply your 60-meter time by 11/6 or 1.833 . That'll give you a rough estimate of the time to expect for 110 meters, if the hurdles are spaced the same, and if you can keep up the same speed for 83% more distance.
There are seven events in the heptathlon. The events contested differ whether the competition is indoors or outdoors: Outdoor Heptathlon 100 meter hurdles high jump shot put 200 meter dash long jump javelin throw 800 meter run Indoor Heptathlon 60 meter dash long jump shot put high jump 60 meter hurdles pole vault 1000 meter run
The track and field events for women are: Indoor - 50 meters, 60 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 800 meters, 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 1609 meters, 3000 meters, 5000 meters, 50 meter hurdles, 60 meter hurdles, 4x200 meter relay, 4x400 meter relay, 4x800 meter relay, 3000 meter racewalk, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, and Pentathlon. Outdoor - 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 800 meters, 1000 meters, 1500 meters, 1609 meters, 2000 meters, 3000 meters, 5000 meters, 10000 meters, 20000 meters, 1 Hour Event, 25000 meters, 30000 meters, 3000 meter steeplechase, 100 meter hurdles, 400 meter hurdles, 4x100 meter relay, 4x200 meter relay, 4x400 meter relay, 4x800 meter relay, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus Throw, Hammer Throw, Javelin Throw, Heptathlon, and Decathlon.
60 minutes in an hour 55/60 Numerator = 55 denominator = 60 55/60 = 11/12
55 out of 60 is a 91.67% (A)