There is no indoor 100 meter dash. There is an outdoor 100 meter dash, for which American Florence Griffith Joyner holds the women's world record at 10.49 seconds. Usain Bolt of Jamaica is the men's record holder at 9.58 seconds. There are only a 50 meter dash and a 60 meter dash in indoor track. The women's records at 50 and 60 meters are both held by Irina Privalova at 5.96 and 6.92 seconds, respectively. There is no indoor 100 meter dash. There is an outdoor 100 meter dash, for which American Florence Griffith Joyner holds the women's world record at 10.49 seconds. Usain Bolt of Jamaica is the men's record holder at 9.58 seconds. There are only a 50 meter dash and a 60 meter dash in indoor track. The women's records at 50 and 60 meters are both held by Irina Privalova at 5.96 and 6.92 seconds, respectively.
♥Mary Ruth Is Florence Griffith Joyner's Daughter!♥
The women's 400 meter freestyle is divided up into long and short competitions. The holder of the long course record is Ethelda Bleibtrey, and the holder of the short course record is Astrid Strauss
A 200m dash is half the track. (Which is 400m). If you're looking for how long it is in feet, then it's 656.18 ft. In yards, it's 218.72 yds.
8.25 seconds is the freshman record. the other age groups are faster
3:50.46 Yunxia Qu 25/12/1972 CHN Beijing 11/09/1993 http://www.iaaf.org/statistics/records/inout=O/discType=5/disc=1500/detail.html
Usain Bolt is the world record holder in the 200m dash, men's. Set at the Berlin world championships of 2009.
As of September, 2008: Outdoor Men -- Hicham El Guerrouj (MOR), 3:26.00, 7/14/1998
in Rome, Italy
Indoor Men -- Hicham El Guerrouj (MOR), 3:31.18, 2/2/1997
in Stuttguart, Germany Outdoor Women -- Yunxia Qu (CHN), 3:50.46, 9/11/1993
in Beijing, China
Indoor Women -- Yelena Soboleva (RUS), 3:58.28, 2/18/2006
in Moscow, Russia
I'm sure there are a few of them:
Archie Moore for scoring the most ko's of any champion.
Thomas Hearns for being the first boxer to win titles in 5 weight classes.
Oscar De La Hoya for being the first to win 6.
Manny Pacquiao for being the first to 7.
Henry Armstrong for being the first to hold titles in 3 weight classes simultaneously.
Men: Usain Bolt of Jamaica holds the men's world record in the 200 meter dash with a time of 19.30 seconds set at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Women: Florence Griffith-Joyner holds the women's world record in the 200 meter dash with a time of 21.34 seconds set at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
Marian Woronin held the European 100m record for 4 years from 1984 to 1988 with 10.0 seconds. Allegedly is was rounded up from 9.992s making Woronin the only white sprinter to break the 10 second barrier.
and apparently Patrick Johnson
At our High School track meet a boy in the 9th grade finished with a 2 minute 800 meter. Female finished with a 2 min 30 second which was two seconds over third place for boys. That's fast... is it the best? You tell me what your schools top scores are and we will find out... Yelm, WA
Emmanuel McDonald Bailey
Probably about 35 sec, if I counted everyone on my track team. But if I count only the ones who compete in the 200, then like 31 or 32
Florence Griffith-Joyner of the United States ran it in 10.62
You have to get about 750.
I would say 35 seconds would be good
I am 49 and I run 34
Jesse Owens of the United States won the men's 100 meter dash, men's 200 meter dash, and men's long jump at the 1936 Summer Olympics. Jack Lovelock of New Zealand won the men's 1500 meter run. Helen Stephens of the United States won the women's 100 meter dash at the 1936 Summer Olympics. Women did not compete in the 200 meter dash, 1500 meter run, or long jump in 1936.
The average oline 40yard dash is 5.24 sec.... 4.6-4.7 is prestige
Anything under 5:20 is good
But it all depends on your age and gender. If your an 8th grade boy a good time is anything under 5:45. If your an 8th grade girl anything under 6:00 is good. But if your in your mid 20's then yes, 5:20 is good for girls and 5:00 is good for boys.
You cant earn money in the Olympics. The Olympics pay for a win with fame and a gold medal.
100m, 200m, and 4x100m relay.
Not sure exactly what your question is, but I'll give it a go.
If you're asking how many laps it would take, 1 mile around a 200m track would be 8 laps, as a mile is a little over 1600m.
As for your time, it is probably going to be slightly slower than what you would run on a standard 400m track, due to the fact that one runs faster on a straight path than a curve, and a 200m track will have more turns.
There are no such thing as trials for a fourteen year old, however, an indication of what a is a good standard is the UK power of 10 target. This is a target set by UKA for at least 10 people to reach in an age group. For under 15 males it is 12.45m and for under 17 females it is 11.50m.