Q: Iy you ran a 100yard sprint in 10.1 seconds what would it be in 100 meters?

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400 meters/80 seconds = 5 meters/second.

If you walked 10 metres in 3 seconds, it would take 30 seconds to walk 1oo metres.

Well, actually a sloth can run it in 53 seconds.

10 metres in 5 seconds or 2 metres per second.

You would walk one metre in 3.8/6 = 19/30 seconds. Therefore, 100 metres would take 19/30 x 100 = 63.3 recurring (that is, 63.333...) seconds.

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Hi I'm an Anonomous 17 year old athlete competing in Strength Sports. I would like to know what is a good time for the 100 meter sprint for somebody who has NEVER RAN before in there life? My personal best is 13.81 seconds, which I feel is very poor even considering all the factors. I run the 30 meters in 4.3 seconds, 50 meters in 6.1 seconds, and yet I believe due to my poor SPEED STAMINA it takes me a whoppingly SLOW 7.7 seconds to complete the last 50 meters of the track. My Top sprint speed is not that poor however it is about 10.5 meters per second. This is considering: * Sound delay of the whistle of 100m away (so 0.3 seconds due to speed of sound) = 13.5 seconds (best) * Wind (possible) * Dodgy stop watch timer * I have no technique * No starting blocks used, but started from the same position * Regular flat trainers. I would really Like an intelectual answer, Any suggestions, help or Advice? Also my Bodyweight is about 12 stone, and I'm 6 foot tall.

Well, actually a sloth can run it in 53 seconds.

Your time in the 100m would be 13.85 seconds.

The speed of the object would be 3 meters per second (45 meters รท 15 seconds).

Impossible. That would be over 447 miles per hour.

200 meters in 27.6 seconds equates to 16.21 miles per hour.