you should be doing 400m on 1.56 that's what im doing and im 12 for 800m you should be running about 2.40-50 or 2.35 that`s what i do and im 12 but depending on how old you are depends on what times you should be gettin ;)
My school has an asphalt track and I use racing flats. They're as light as spikes but they are spikeless. I would recommend the Nike Mayfly. They're only 4 ounces but not very durable. The average "life span" of the shoe is 100km or 62 miles.
Not for an adult but since you didn't tell us how old you are we really can't say.
age depends.... if you are like 8-11 yes.. over 14 not good
no its not. not even a sub 2:40.
a real good time is about a 2:03. or anything under 2. if your in high school, major colleges will start to look at you around 1:55
Hey, interesting question.... well i run track (100m in 10.9ish, 400m in 48 secs , 800m in 1:50 and 1600m in 4:07. So, i would imagine the average time of the intire population at 18 years (male) would be somewere around 13.6-14.5. However, for a good 100 meter runner of 18 years, assuming non-competitive.. would be around 12.6-13.4. Hope i helped!
well it depends on the type of event you want to do. if you are doing sprints then i would recommend using sprinting spikes which are super light weight and have only a very thin heel because you don't need to use your heel. but if you are doing longer running events like the 800, 1600, etc., i would use long distance spikes which are the same as sprinting spikes but with a thicker heel because you would run heel- toe
When preparing for a sports event it is important to keep in mind physical fitness, nutrition, sleep, and of course skill. Practice is important to maintain and improve skill, and they say you have to do something 10000 times before you actually know it and it becomes an instinct. It is important to figure out which muscles you need for your sport and to train all of your muscles but focus on those. Should you be training cardio (running) or for fast bursts of movement (for example with sprinting intervals). Make sure to warm up, cool down and stretch your muscles! It is important to monitor what you eat to be at your best, and research and eat properly both before and after a workout. After a workout it is important to eat some protein. Stay hydrated. You should be drinking water often all the time, but this is especially important in the week before the even. Sleeping well is important too and not to be neglected!
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Personally, I run my first lap a little easier, and start my kick with about 300 meters to go. When I was in 8th grade (I'm a girl) I could run mine in around 2:30ish. My coaches always told me that i went out too slow, so i would recommend not sprinting at the beginning, but running fairly hard.
im a 12 yearold child and today i did a 800 meter run in pe and the time i was told that i got was 3:47
If you can run 800 meters in two minutes your average speed for the 800 meters is 14.91 miles per hour.
i can run 51 seconds in 400m, so wat i do is sprint the first 200m in about 25secs nd then slow a bit on the bend then i srint te last 100m. If you do this you should improve your time but it really hurts ur legs during the end.
at aged 12 years of age i ran the 800 metres in 2mins 23.4 secs
Australian Nationals in 2010 were won in 2.06 in the 12 years boys 800. Jean Baptiste Tooley ran a 2:01.8 as an 8th grader at the 2011 CYO Chamionships in Portland Or.
100 yd dash at 11.2 is faster than 100 yd dash at 11.9!:)
My freshman 800 time was a 2:26, yet I am a mile and two mile runner. If your main event is the 800, a good time for a freshman would be between 2:05 and 2:15 or better than that. Anything else you would probably not place
Sadly world records, and records in general are not kept by age. They simply record the "best" and "fastest" time by any individual of any age.
If you wanted to base your time in comparison to average ages though, that may prove beneficial. The average avid runner can run an 800 in 2:40-3:00 minutes. Any lower is just icing on the cake.
The 800 meter run is a half mile or, on a standard 400 meter track, two complete laps.
Albert Hill of Great Britain won the gold medal in the 800 meter run at the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp.
i would say a good 100m time for a 10 year old boy is around 16-17secs. I am an 11 year old girl and ran the 100m in 15.9 secs.
The American Record was set by Michael Granville from Bell Gardens, California- a time of 1:46.45 which he set as a senior in 1996. Although he holds the fastest high school 800 time ever, his career never extended past the collegiate level.
800: 1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer (Denmark) Cologne, Germany 8/24/97
Depends what sort of experience and training you have had and for how long
If you've kept up your training you should be down in 10 or 11 sec's
But if your new to the sport 13 -14 would be ok
A good time to my calculations would be 9.60 nine- minutes-60-seconds
The rules for the 800 meter are the same for all races.
No hitting, cutting off, cursing, or show boating.
4 x 750 = 3,000 meters
1000 meters = 1 kilometer
3,000 meters= 3 kilometer
A 10 year old should shoot for a 3-4 minute 800m time.
The best 10 year old girl I've seen does a 2:47 so I guess 2:50's are good for a 10 year old girl.
It depends. The really good ones will do like 2:30. But that would be very hard. 2:45 would probably be a good aim for 10 yr old girls.