Q: How many times do you run around the track to equal 500 yards?

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One mile is equal to: 5,280 feet, 1,760 yards, 1,609 kilometers, or in my city's tracks it's 4 times around the track.

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A regulation football field is 100 yards long. The track around a football field is typically 400 meters in length, which is approximately 437.4 yards.

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No. Instead, 352 yards equal 0.2 miles. Two miles equal 3520 yards (which is ten times 352 yards).

No. A mile is 1760 yards so 1/2 mile is 880. Hint: A normal "track" is 440 (or 1/4 mile), so two times around the track is 1/2 mile.

Around a normal track is approximately 1/4 mile (440 yards, 400 meters). Around a normal track is approximately 1/4 mile (440 yards, 400 meters).

The tracks around a football field are typically designed to be a quartermile track, meaning 4 times around gives you a mile. If you walk around the outside edge of a standard US Football field, (120 yards by 53 1/3 yards wide) it is just over 5 times around to equal 1760 yards, or one mile.

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Yes. Three miles equal 5280 yards, over ten times that length. 400 yards equal 0.22727 miles.