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States
02-14-2008, 02:56 PM
I want people to gueess my time in the 100 what they think i can run this year if i run a 7 flat in the 60 meter dash with bad starts ?

Run4Fun
02-14-2008, 07:56 PM
Well if you have a bad start, you're not going to run a good 100.

And delete this or the other thread, you don't need two with pretty much the same thing on them.

States
02-16-2008, 09:10 PM
alright how do i delete it

jimdvdcd@earthlink.net
02-19-2008, 07:16 PM
Hi,

If you run a 7.0 60m dash time your 100m time will be 10.80 - 10.90.
Use the conversion number of 64.5% on a 100m dash time to compute
the 60m dash time and you will be very close. Like 99.9% close.

To convert a 60m dash time you would divide by 64.5 then hist the
% key and + to get the time.

That should help.

Let me know what you think.

Best Regards,

Jim

sprintman
02-19-2008, 09:24 PM
I am a masters sprinter (age 59). I recently ran a 7.9 55m which is within range of the All-American standard for my age group. What should I expect my 100m time to be. Last season I ran a 13.83 which is not even within one second of the masters standard for this distance.

Run4Fun
02-19-2008, 11:16 PM
I don't think you people can grasp that everyone is different, even if you have ran a 7.0 60m, that doesn't necessarily mean that you will run a 10.9. I know from expierence, I ran ONE good race my sophomore year in hs, running a 10.9, and for the rest of the year was expecting that 21.x to come. I waited the rest of the season, and it never came, and I realized that was becuase I had A good race, and upon doing that, I trained harder for next year, and got my times down to where I wanted them too be.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that those fancy dancy little math equations and calculators won't do you any good once you step up to that line and wait for the gun.

getsgoin
02-20-2008, 03:57 AM
I notice that I have better endurance and so on the longer races I get better time than on the shorter races because I am able to hit my stride and go faster. It all depends on how you run.

States
02-20-2008, 12:40 PM
hopefully i do run a 10.8

imdaman
02-21-2008, 11:00 AM
I want people to gueess my time in the 100 what they think i can run this year if i run a 7 flat in the 60 meter dash with bad starts ?

well it is a time u should be able to run but, starts is the most imp part of the race if u dont get out u can forget what u should run

States
02-21-2008, 12:54 PM
like how do i set my blocks and how long should i stay in the drive phase

Run4Fun
02-21-2008, 08:33 PM
well it is a time u should be able to run but, starts is the most imp part of the race if u dont get out u can forget what u should run

That made little to no sense what so ever

ten4
02-22-2008, 10:31 AM
I want people to gueess my time in the 100 what they think i can run this year if i run a 7 flat in the 60 meter dash with bad starts ?

I dont think there is a sure way of determing that, coz people excelerate differently, for eg, when I use to train, id do a 20 meter start in 2.5/6sec, and it was taking me 1.4/5 to cover the first 10m, so basically it took a sec to cover the second 10m, with that one would expect that I run an easy 10.4/5 in the 100m, possibly even go sub-10 if i accelerate rite through out the last 60m by 0.2sec. (these are hand times).

I believe that you gotta believe you can, before you run extremely fast, and you gotta be so confident in you pace, that you can easily say,ill win, if you dont, you're screwed from the start, and if you dont believe in yourself, that when you tense up and perform badly. I think though it veries, with a 7 sec 60m, you should be able to run sub-11 easily

States
02-22-2008, 07:54 PM
thats like the best advice ever .. but wats sub 11 lol does that mean like 11.0 or just low 11's inparticular

grimyd18
05-14-2008, 11:23 PM
I want people to gueess my time in the 100 what they think i can run this year if i run a 7 flat in the 60 meter dash with bad starts ?

it depes because u might go faster or slower the best thing to do would be to gndo enter a race and se what comes or it

100mrunner
08-19-2008, 09:47 PM
Doesnt really matter what your 60 time is. It does give you a good indication of the time for the 100m but you have to keep in mind that once you reach top speed can you maintain that speed for the last 50-100m.

I have seen guys run a 6.3 55 meters but only run a 10.85 100m. Me for example i ran a 6.51 55m and ran a 10.75 100m. I had the 9th fastest time in the state, but in the 100m i had the 4th fastest time.

The longer distance allows runners who can maintain the top speed to have better times than faster runners in shorter distances.

meysam
02-16-2009, 05:24 PM
It depends on your speed endurance...

no_name
02-19-2009, 01:16 PM
It is hard to say, because it depends on how you run. For example, some people have a really good start and acceleration, but they can?t maintain their speed.

Even if they can, maybe they reach their top speed at 30 meters and can?t accelerate more.

So which of the two events use to be your best? If you say the 100 meters, I believe that you can do at least 10.75 on 100 meter. But I?m no expert, I just guess

I hope you can understand what I have written, because I know that my english sucks, I never use to write or speak it.

new100mrunner
03-25-2009, 11:34 AM
in terms of some people accelerating for 30m and not being able to hold pace... my coach tells me to accelerate as fast as possible for the first 30m, then to hold the pace for the next 25-30m... meaning not get any slower but dont push it anymore... then the last 40metres he gets me to go all out, really getting the arms going... its a little hard to get my head around not going 100% all the way... whats your thoughts on this?

no_name
03-30-2009, 08:57 PM
in terms of some people accelerating for 30m and not being able to hold pace... my coach tells me to accelerate as fast as possible for the first 30m, then to hold the pace for the next 25-30m... meaning not get any slower but dont push it anymore... then the last 40metres he gets me to go all out, really getting the arms going... its a little hard to get my head around not going 100% all the way... whats your thoughts on this?

First of all, I?m no expert so I just guess. I use to do like that/this in 200 meter races. Go out as hard as I can for the first 30-40 meters, then relax as much as I can and let my legs go by themself (therefore i will slow down a bit, but I won?t get tired)

When I come out of the curve I try to push it a little and stay relaxed and hold that speed to the finish line. It works for me.

I haven?t tested this in the 100 meter, so I don?t know, but I guess it?s a good way to stay relaxed and maintain speed.

TRAINED
04-04-2009, 05:24 AM
If you run a 7.00 in the 60m your hundred time could go anywhere 10.9X-11.2 It all really depends on how you can finish. If you're a strong runner(by strong i mean endurance) then you should have no problem going sub eleven.


And to answer the other question it is best to shoot out of the blocks to get and elongate your acceleration over a distance of 30m or so. Maintain a 85/90% speed to 60m then max effort 100%. The last 15 meters focus on relaxed breathing and form, tensing up will cause you to run slower.

mason
08-31-2009, 04:20 PM
i am 10 and i run 60 in 7.5 seriosly!what would my time over 60 be

mason
08-31-2009, 04:21 PM
i am 10 and i run 60m in 7.5 seriosly!what would my time over 100m be

ocfjumpscoach
01-15-2010, 06:40 PM
I don't think you people can grasp that everyone is different, even if you have ran a 7.0 60m, that doesn't necessarily mean that you will run a 10.9. I know from expierence, I ran ONE good race my sophomore year in hs, running a 10.9, and for the rest of the year was expecting that 21.x to come. I waited the rest of the season, and it never came, and I realized that was becuase I had A good race, and upon doing that, I trained harder for next year, and got my times down to where I wanted them too be.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that those fancy dancy little math equations and calculators won't do you any good once you step up to that line and wait for the gun.

This guy is a genius. Listen to him. I can stand behind what he is saying. I'm a jumper and I run a mean *ss 60m, but My ole lady could blow me away in the 100 and she's a marathon runner.