400m synthetic track in London, Ontario (York Street) - runtrack.run
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Altitude
About 200m above sea level800ft above sea level
Surface
Synthetic
Area
London
Number of lanes
8
Location
502, York Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, N6A 5P9, Canada
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The weather around here in November is occasionally snowy. See details below
Approximate lengths of straights/curves
87m/113m
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