If you run in lane 6 you are running further than someone in lane 1 because it is on the outside. The further out you run the longer the distance your doing
Using a 1.25m lane width, the difference is 54.97mHandy calculator...http://www.csgnetwork.com/disttracklanecalc.html
It depends upon how many lanes there are. Is the outside lane 8 or lane 7?
An 8 lane track is 9.76m wide, so divide by 8 gives you 1.22m. Or you can go and measure it.
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all the lanes on a 400m track are 400m. that's y no one starts at the same place because it's made so that everyone runs the same distance
Stay at least 15 inches from the rail all the way around a 400 meter track and you will cover a quarter mile (440 yards) each lap. So you can run 4 laps in lane one and cover a mile, as long as you are on the outer part of the lane.
In lane one it is the finish line on a 400m track.
The distance of an outdoor track in lane 6 is 0.27 miles.