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A reliable way to convert a hand-held 100-yard time to an electronic 100-meter time is to multiply the hh-time by 1.103.

Therefore, 10.2 in the 100-yard dash time equates to an 11.25 100-meter dash time.

Also, to convert an electronic 100-yard dash time to an electronic 100-meter dash time, multiply the first time by 1.088.

For example, a 10.20 electronic 100-yard time equates to an 11.10 electronic 100-meter dash time.

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Q: What would be the 100 meter time of an athlete that ran 10.2 100 yard dash Is it possible to compare 100 yard times to 100 meter times?

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