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- Calculate the length of a given lane
- Calculate the number of laps for a given distance and lane
- Calculate the lap splits needed to reach a given time
How long is each lane of a track?
Each lane out from lane 1 adds 2 times the lane width multiplied by π.
With the standard widh for lanes (122cm) that means that you should add 2 * 1.22 * π = 7.67 meters (8.38 yards) for each lane.
A standard 400 meter track has lane lengths of
- Lane 1: 400.00m
- Lane 2: 407.67m
- Lane 3: 415.33m
- Lane 4: 423.00m
- Lane 5: 430.66m
- Lane 6: 438.33m
- Lane 7: 445.99m
- Lane 8: 453.66m
- Lane 9: 461.32m
- Lane 10: 468.99m