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There really is no conversion for times from these two races as conditioning of the athlete can dramatically change how fast the last 100m can be run. As a rule of thumb, add somewhere between 14 to 17 seconds from a 300 m time.

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Q: How do you you convert a 400 meter hurdle time to an expected 400 meter time?

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Assuming you don't run any faster in the 300m. 3/4x (time run)=300m time

There really is no conversion for times from these two races as conditioning of the athlete can dramatically change how fast the last 100m can be run. As a rule of thumb, add somewhere between 14 to 17 seconds from a 300 m time.

You should multiply your 60-meter time by 11/6 or 1.833 . That'll give you a rough estimate of the time to expect for 110 meters, if the hurdles are spaced the same, and if you can keep up the same speed for 83% more distance.

Take your 55 meter hurdle time, (let's say 9.26) then divide that time by 55, = .1684, then multiply that number by 60, .1684 x 60 = 10.10. It isn't an exact science but it will be pretty close. You could obviously do the opposite also to convert your 60 time into a 55 meter time. Hope that helped. Coach LaFollette, the Hurdle Professor.

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Any time under 40 seconds is a good time for the 300 Meter Intermediate Hurdles for high school boys.

Dawn Harper of the United States in a time of 12.54 seconds.

cut the time down by 33.3%

This is difficult to answer as it depends on the athlete. For an elite HS or college athlete I would add 6 seconds as a first approximation.

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You cannot convert minutes to meter per second. because minutes is a time unit and meter per second is a velocity unit.

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