Eat low-GI complex carbs about 2-3 hours beforehand.
Cut down on heavy meat etc for 1-2 days beforehand.
Sip on water to keep your fluids up - ditch the powerade.
The day before that, eat a lot of carbs to store energy. (Pasta, pizza, etc.) Right before you run, eat a banana. All the Ironmen do it =). Also, drink a lot of water.
Never eat anything right before running. You need to eat about 2hrs before running so you can digest your food easier. Eat pasta NOT pizza ( grease will slow down runners) and just really good Italian food. Make sure to hydrate with an energy drink, or most importantly, WATER up to 2 days before each run.
About 1/4 of a mile.
the 4 by 1 is a relay team that sprints a 100m dash.
The men's world record was set in 1998 by the United States at a time of 2:54.20.
The women's world record was set in 1988 by Russia at a time of 3:15.17.
The 4 by 100 meters is a sprint relay, where teams of four runners complete a whole lap around the standard outdoor track by completing 100 meters each. In this race, the baton for tagging must be passed within a given set of parameters, in this case, a 20 meter changeover box marked by yellow lines, 10 meters before and after the beginning of each subsequent leg of the race. The outgoing runner is limited to an orange acceleration marker line 10 meters farther back, from which he / she is forbidden to start beyond it.
There are a couple different 4x100 meter relays. In the freestyle relay the rules are a swimmer may swim any legal stroke, and just like any other relay in the exchange the next person's feet may not leave the block until the swimmer finishes. Each swimmer either does 4 lengths(in a 25 meter/yard pool) or 2 lengths(in a 50 meter pool).
At my school in 8th grade athletics the average is 1:24.
Our best time was 1:07.
Our worst was 1:59.
Great times are in between 1:07-1:14
Good times are between 1:15-1:24
Ok times 1:25-1:32
Everything else is considered “Bad”
O.W.Holmes back in 1987. The squad of Derrick Hopkins,Steve Robinson,Darius Williams and Chris Deamus ran a 43.92. At a practice meet running against Dallas Carter freshmen and Dallas Roosevelt JV,they clocked a 42.8 and beat them.
My son is in 6th grade and ran a 5 minute 24 second mile today.
To the kid who ran a 5:24 in 6th grade, here's some inspiration - Alan Webb (current American record holder in the mile) ran these times:
4th - 7:03, 5th - 6:10, 6th - 5:44, 7th - 5:20, 8th - 4:52, 9th - 4:24, 10th - 4:06, 11th - 4:03, 12th - 3:53 (American high school record).
ya i have no clue, but one of my friends ran a 5:10 when he was in 6th grade
odonell middle school 3:53.78,alief Texas
You will need to remove the passenger side plastic wing plastic from inside the wheel arch. In front of you on the gearbox you will see a square drive plug. You need to remove this plug, fill the gear box with oil until the oil starts to drip out from the hole.
Divide 11.5 by 100 then time by 55 which equals 6.325 or simply run 55m and time it.
to run the 4X100 relay you need a team of four people. the first person runs 100 meters then passes the baton to the second runner, the second runner runs 100 meters and passes the baton to the third runner, and so on.
Mason Road P.s. is the fastest relay team. They always win!
It depends on what race you are running. For example In the 4x100 the 3rd leg is your closer he/she is the person who makes up for the lost time if the 2nd leg isn't fast enough and your 4th/ last leg take it home he's/she's your fastest.
3.07 set in Austin in 1985.
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
The piece of equipment your handing off is called a Baton. It comes in all sorts of different colors, and you could even make your own!!
Ancient Greece, their pentathlon's.
It means you are the third person to run in the race
Because he didn't had enough enderance.
4x100 4x200 4x400
Several ways- -Leaving your lane -Dropping the baton -Not completing baton hand-off within exchange limits -interfering in any way with another runner -Any other form of cheating (ie: pacing, etc.)