Q: What is longer a 220 yard or 200 meter?

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There are 0.9144 metres in one yard. Therefore, 220 yards is equal to 220 x 0.9144 = 201.168 metres. This is 1.168 metres longer than 200 metres.

The 220 yard race has been replaced with the 200 meter race although it is about 222 yards long; the 440 yard race has been replaced with the 400 meter race; and the 1,500 meter race has replaced the mile.

100 + 50 - 200 - 220 = -270

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 220 feet is equal to 220 / 3 = 73.3 recurring (that is, 73.333...) or 73 and one third yards.

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A 220 yard dash time of 21.80 seconds translates to a time of 21.67 seconds for 200 meters.

Jesse Owens' sprint distances were the 100 yard and 100 meter dash, the 220 yard and 200 meter dash, and the 4 x 110 yard (college) and 4 x 100 meter relays.

There are 0.9144 metres in one yard. Therefore, 220 yards is equal to 220 x 0.9144 = 201.168 metres. This is 1.168 metres longer than 200 metres.

The 220 yard race has been replaced with the 200 meter race although it is about 222 yards long; the 440 yard race has been replaced with the 400 meter race; and the 1,500 meter race has replaced the mile.

Two time Olympic gold medalist (100 meter dash and 200 meter dash at the 1952 Games in Helsinki) Marjorie Jackson of Australia set world records in the 100 meter dash and 200 meter dash at the 1952 Games. She broke the 100 meter dash world record in winning the gold medal in an electronically timed 11.65 seconds. She broke the 200 meter dash world record with an electronically timed 23.59 seconds. She also won 7 Commonwealth Games gold medals, winning the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes and being a member of the 110x220x110 yard relay and 220x110x220x110 yard relay teams at the 1950 Games in Auckland. At the 1954 Games in Vancouver, she again won the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes and was a member of the winning 4x110 yard relay team.

Jesse Owens participated in the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin. He equaled the world record in the 100 meter race. He broke the world record in the 200 meter race and the broad jump. The 400 meter relay he participated in also set a new record.

It would be 23.3

Trick questions - there is no such event. It is the 200 meters.

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The answer is 220

200. That is to say, 220 is 110% of 200.