nobody cares running is stupid and people shouldn't have to do it if they don't want to
no a lap is down and back
Rate = Distance / TimeTime = 1.5 hoursDistance = 70 * 3 miles = 210 milesRate = 140 miles per hour
The answer depends on the length of a lap: a lap of a running track will be considerably larger than a lap of a swimming pool!
You can run around a full regulation soccer field in a minute if you're really pushing yourself. My fasted lap was 52 seconds at a sprint the whole time but the average time at a fast run is 1:10-1:20
A sprint that is 200m(or half a lap).
43 cars in nascar running together at the end how do you determine what the average speeds are not qulifying or practice but the total lap speeds
one lap around the track field.
Run the first lap the slowest, speed it up a lot on the 2nd lap, work the hardest on the 3rd lap, and do your best on the last lap (sprint the last 100 meters).
i just for the first 100 meters, and then you merge in.
Based on a 2010 Italian study of 50 standardbred 2 yr old fillies, under actual competitive harness race and sprint lap conditions (average speed conditions 48.2 +- 1.1 ft/sec) the average stride length over the entire race was 7.17m +-0.17m and 7.30m +- .11m during the sprint lap. The sprint lap value translates to 23.95 ft; this value correlates 1:1 with the stride length for competitive harness pacers as well as for galloping thoroughbreds and quarterhorses. Answer 2: The above answer is for racing trotters. The average horse has a 12 foot trot stride, a pony's trot stride will be a bit shorter.
the same time it takes to do 1 lap around your mum
The Beep Test
One lap around the Sun takes one year.
In 2012, Danica Patrick finished on the lead lap in 17 of her 33 Nationwide Series races. In her ten Sprint Cup Series starts, she finished on the lead lap once.
A digital stopwatch is a timer usually used to record the time it takes to cook something or for athletes who need to have their running time recorded. There is a start/stop button and also a lap button to mark a lap has been completed.