Usually 400 meters
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I'm a distance runner and I average around 40 miles per week.
An average track is 400m. With the outside lanes, and assuming it is 8 lanes, the extra distance would be 50m. Therefore being 450m long.
The whole distance around the track is usually 400 meters.
Nearly all high school running tracks are nominally a "quarter-mile" or 440 yard track. But there is a difference in distance depending on which lane you run in. If you stay in the outside lanes and don't move to the inner lane during the turns, you'll be running significantly longer.
The Olympics uses a track of 400 meters in length, as measured in lane 1.
.270 of a mile.
Its one lap around a middle and high school track
If you are talking track running and you mean sprint distance, anything up to 400 meters.
In middle school track and field there are ONLY 4 races:Sprints:100m (strait line and 1/4 of the track)200m (half the track and around a curve)distance:800m (2 laps)1500m (3 and 3/4 laps)