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# Which country holds the world record for 4x100 m relay?

As of now, the United States holds the world record for the men's 4x100m relay with a time of 36.84 seconds. The Jamaican women's team holds the world record for the women's 4x100m relay with a time of 40.82 seconds.

# What is the fastest 800 meter relay time in high school?

The World Record for running 800 meters was set in 1997 by Wilson Kipketer of Denmark in a time of 1:41.11.

# What is required number of players for a relay race?

An olympic relay team usually consists of four people per team.

Great Britain.

# What is the average 4 x 100 meter relay time?

59 seconds. It's not great, but im 13. We had the two fastest people in our class for our track unit, me and some other guy. I had leg #1 and he had leg #4. My time is 14.6 seconds for 100m and his was 13.4. Hope that answered your question.

# What is 4 x 1 in Track and field?

the 4 by 1 is a relay team that sprints a 100m dash.

# How many sprinters are in a relay race?

This is quite an easy question for me to answer as i am quite athletic, the answer to this one is 4, even in swimming the relay consists of 4, i assume you mean athletics and yes athletics relays consist of 4.

# Relay workout fortrack and field?

usually the 400 relay (also known as the 4x100), 800 relay (4x200), mile relay (4x400), and the 2 mile relay (4x800)

# What is the fastest 4x100m relay split ever?

Asafa Powell (8.70 seconds) - 2008 Bejing Olympics anchor leg for Jamaica

anchor runner

# How do you calcuate each runners time in a 4 X 100 relay race?

Take the amount of time it took for all four of the people to run the race. Then divide that number by 4. Or you could time them individually, that can be done on some phones or just have at least two stopwatches and take turns timing when the baton is handed off to the next person.

# How does a runner know when to start in a relay race?

Most runners put a piece of tape or something similar on the track (I once saw a provincial medalist use some nearby dandelion from the infield when I was the exchange judge on one corner). When their teammate hits this mark, they turn and go. In general, the faster the runners, the further away this mark will be. Most high school runners need between 15-20 foot lengths, though the speed difference between the runners plays an important part.

You might need only 12 steps if you're a fair bit faster than the incoming runner, but 20 if you're a fair bit slower. It's a reliable way to count (using whatever shoes you'll be racing in), because you'll always have the measuring device handy. In practice, the runners find out how many steps they need, then use that come race time.

# What is the difference between a relay and a dash?

A relay involves 4 people passing on a baton for the race (4X100, 4X400 etc.)

A dash is like a sprint and is run individually (100m 200m 400m etc.) The difference is that a relay is run with more than one person.

# What is the distance between runners at the start of a 400m relay race?

between each of the people there are 100 meters

# What is the standard form for the 4x100?

Each team gets assigned one lane. they all meet at the start to hear the rules and to check in. Then they are told to go to their spots so the number one runner would stay and each person would go 100 meters in front of the other one.

# How many relay races are there?

3, Original to second leg, second to third, and third to final runner.

# Who were the members of the 1998 od wyatt 4 x 100 meter relay team that set the national record?

Milton wesley, Monte clopton, Michael Franklin, demario wesley

# What distance is 1 lap of a running track?

An official track is 400 meters, which is 436 yards, or a quarter mile.

# What is the fastest Usain Bolt ever ran?

9.58 seconds for the 100m 19.19 seconds 200m and 4x100m 36.84 seconds