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Who has the fastest time in 200m?

Who has the fastest time in 200m?

200 metres

Athletics 200 metres
Men Usain Bolt 19.19 (2009)
Women Florence Griffith-Joyner 21.34 (1988)
Olympic records
Men Usain Bolt 19.30 (2008)

What is a good 200 m sprint time?

After participating in 52 weeks of training, 12- and 13-year-old girls should aim to run the 100-meter sprint in 13.2 seconds and the 200-meter sprint in 26.5 seconds. Intermediate female sprinters ages 14 and 15 should achieve a time of 11.6 seconds in the 100-meter sprint and 26 seconds in the 200-meter sprint.

Is 100m better than 200m?

Unlike the 100m race which requires pure explosive power, a 200m runner must maintain this speed and have “speed endurance”. A good 200m runner could run a race at an average speed higher than their 100m speed.

What is a decent 100 meter time?

What is a good 100m time?

Men’s Time Benchmark Women’s time
Under 10 seconds Elite Under 11 seconds
Under 10.5 seconds World Class Under 11.5 seconds
Under 11 seconds Great Under 12 seconds
Under 12 seconds Good Under 13 seconds

Is 200m harder than 100m?

A good 200m runner could run a race at an average speed higher than their 100m speed. The world record in the 200m event is also held by Usain Bolt, who set the 19.19 second record at the 2009 World Athletics Championships. Likewise, the women’s record is also held by Florence Griffith Joyner.

What is a good 800m time for a 15 year old?

800-meter Run Test

Rating Time (minutes/seconds)
below average 3’31” – 3’45”
average 3’16” – 3’30”
above average 3’01” – 3’15”
good 2’46” – 3′

What is a decent 400 meter time?

For a young athlete specializing in short-distance track events, 55–60 seconds. For an experienced long sprinter, 45–50 seconds. Anything quicker than 45 is pretty much world-class. For a male track athlete, an average time would be around 56–60 seconds.