The average time for Olympic 1500 meter is 3:25 to 3:45. This is average time, where athletes break the ribbons, but it also depends on practice and stamina of individuals.
In 2008, the Qualifying time for the 100m dash was 10.07s
The women's Olympic 1500 meter record is 3:53.96 held by Paula Ivan of Romania set at the 1988 Games in Seoul. The men's Olympic 1500 meter record is 3:32:07 held by Noah Ngeny of Kenya set at the 2000 Games in Sydney.
The qualifying time for the women's 50m freestyle is 25.43 seconds.
It depends on the field of the participants. For the U.S., you need an "A" qualifying time of 1:56.60 to go to the trials. The top three runners will qualify for the Olympics. The time required to be in the top three will be detrmined at the trials in Oregon.
In order to qualify to run the 100 meter dash in the Olympics and represent the United States, a sprinter must qualify to run in the U.S. Olympic trials which means you have to run a qualifying time in order to be eligible to participate in the trials. The qualifying time must be a result of an electric timer (accutrack time) no hand held times are allowed for qualification for this event. Then you have to place in the top three in the finals of the 100 in the trials in order to quaify to represent the U.S. in the 100 meters in the Olympics.
Dame Kelly Holmes won three Olympic medals. Gold - 2004 800 meter run 2004 1500 meter run Bronze - 2000 800 meter run
The 1500 meter run has been a part of the Modern Olympics since they began in 1896. The first gold medalist in the 1500 meter run was Teddy Flack of Australia in a time of 4:33.2.
This question is moot because the mile is not an Olympic event. The closest in distance is the 1500m.
The mile run is not an Olympic event. The 1500 meter run is the event in the Olympics that is closest to the mile run.
There are roughly 1600 meters in a miles, so your 1500 meter time multiplied by 1600/1500, or 16/15, would give you a mile time. For example, a 6:00 1500 time would be a 6:24 mile.
The USA's men "A" Olympic standard is 3:43.xx only top three in the final race move on and usually to qualify out one must run in the mid 3:30's
a good time in the 70 meter dash for an olympic medalist would be about 6.8 to 7.6
In the 2012 Olympics Usain Bolt won the 100 Meter with a time of 9.6, a new Olympic record.
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.
Jim Hines of the United States won gold in the 100 meter dash at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City with a time of 9.95 seconds.
its usually 8-9 seconds
Usain Bolt - with a time of 9.58
A split time is basically the time it takes to run a fraction of a race. If there is a 1500 meter race, there could be split times at 400 meters, 800 meters, and 1200 meters. So the time it took to run the first 400 meters of the 1500 meter race would be called a split time.
The 2012 US Olympic Team trials are listed as 1:46.50 for Men automatic, and 1:48.30 for provisional. The qualifiers for women are 2:01.30 automatic and 2:05.90 for provisional.
The mile run is not an Olympic event. The closest one is the 1500 meter run, which is 0.932 mile. At the time I write this ... end of July 2012 ... I don't know what will happen at London. The current Olympic record for that event was set at Sydney in 2000 by Noah Ngeny of Kenya, who ran 1500 meters in 3:32.07 .
The A Standard is the "automatic" qualifying time for an event. The B Standard is the backup qualifying time. To be guaranteed a spot in an Olympic event, you must both earn a slot from your country (number of slots may vary by event and by country) and have achieved the A standard. If there are not enough participants around the world who have qualified that way, then competitors with B Standard times may be added to "make the event competitive."