I was thinking the same thing but I found a solution:
Basically 1 second= 0.00027778 hours.
13mph- 0.06214(calculation of length of 100m)÷(0.00027778X13(your speed))
This equals=17.21 seconds as your 100m dash time.
It might look complicated but I simplified it.
Completing a 220 yard dash in 27 seconds equates to a pace of 16.7 mph
speeds like mph are distance divided by time. So divide 100 meters by the dash time to get a speed. Then convert units to miles per hour. Or convert before you divide, meters to miles and dash time to hours.
I'm not exactly sure, but since I know that Usain Bolt ran a top speed of 27.9 mph in his 100m world record of 9.58 s, I would guess that Asafa Powel ran maybe 25-26 mph when he ran 9.72 s.
(100m/11.8s)(3600s/hr)(0.000621371192mi/m) = 18.9571mph So pretty much 19 mph.
22 mph = 9,78 m/s 100 m dash time = 100/9,78 = 10,22 s Answer: the time would be 10,22 s, with a average velocity of 22 mph.
Asafa Powell was clocked at 32 mph at his fastest point in the 100m dash when he ran his 9.74.but... it is wrong because Usain bolt ran .16 faster than him. at 33mph at an 100m dash...
Between 13-20 mph. The current world record for the 100m dash is 9.58 seconds. This translates to 23.4 mph. Instantaneous speeds off the line can hit up to 28mph for a short distance.
the fastest 100m dash was set by usian bolt with 9.69 seconds and for many olympic athletes their time averages around 10-11 seconds
13.4 miles per hour.
He is so fat that he can't even move so he has a special maid
4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash is a pace of 18.18 mph
19.3 miles per hour.
Cristiano Ronaldo can do 100m in about 10.61 seconds. The fastest football player ever is said to be amancio amaro who can do 100m in about 10.50 seconds.