46.34 metres recorded by Tranmere's Dave Challinor which has earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
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In competitive football, the length of the throw is not measured, but rather the length of the play (catch and run). The longest pass is 99 yards in US football and 109 yards in Canada, that being one yard less than the length of the field. There is no official record for Longest Throw, but a distance of 80-90 yards (73-82 m) seems to be considered the longest. NFL quarterbacks such as Steve Bartkowski, Randall Cunningham, and Jamarcus Russell (all tall, powerful throwers) have thrown the ball that far in the air. One NFL site lists an unofficial record for ball distance, which was 83 yards by Don Meredith of the Dallas Cowboys, part of a 95-yard pass to Bob Hayes on November 13, 1966.
A QB's arm strength is routinely exaggerated, so it is hard to find true information. However, I have been both a pitcher and a QB, and there is a direct coorelation between baseball pitching MPH and the distance you should be able to throw a football. Below is a chart based upon general observations with different pitchers in the 65-MPH to 90MPH range Baseball MPH Expected Football Distance 65 45 Yards 70 50 Yards 75 55 Yards 80 60 Yards 85 65 Yards 90 70 Yards 95 75 Yards (estimated) 100 80 Yards (estimated) These observations are based upon near sea-level altitudes with no-wind. If you were throwing in Mile-High stadium, you could add another 8-10% to these figures. Rarely will you see an NFL QB throw the ball (in the air) longer than 60 yards. Also know that any quarterback can throw the ball 100 yards if the wind at their back was strong enough.
It is 26 days
3 meters if your weak
Probably 85 yards in the air
Through the 2010 season, the two schools have not met in football.
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A perfectly thrown football is called a Spiral.
The current record for the longest chicken flight is 301and a half feet. That flight is reported to have lasted 13 seconds.
because ur hand wont beable to grip the ball
obviously gravity and air, but other forces i'm not sure of. Just check physicsclassroom.com for additional information.
The record for time in the air, is held by the Flying Alpine Swift. Three swifts stayed in the air for 200 consecutive days.