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How long does it take to drive 47 miles?

time =47 miles/25 miles per hour = 1.88 hours.

How many feet per second is 65 mph?

So if you want to calculate the speed of a car at sixty miles an hour, the math is (60 x 5280) รท (60 x 60) = 88 feet per second.

What is a good 100m time for a 14 year old?

11.6 seconds

What is the average 100m time for a 13 year old?

16 to 17 seconds

How fast should a 16 year old run 100M?

For most boys in their middle teen years the average 100m time will usually often be somewhere between a high of 14.4seconds with a low of 12.3seconds. But that’s only the 60% of boy’s times in we get the world; the other 36% can get it around between 11.8 and all the way down to perhaps 10.9sec.

Is 13 seconds fast for 100M?

A non-elite athlete can run 100m in 13-14 seconds or at 15.9mph. However, Olympic qualifying times are much lower.

Do you run faster with spikes?

Although spikes can help you run faster, they have their drawbacks. The lightweight shoes aren’t designed for long-term wear, so they need replacing more often than standard running shoes. Practicing in your spikes wears them out faster, so consider using alternate spike / running shoes except on race days.

Should you wear socks with spikes?

As running spikes are a snug fit whether you wear socks or not is up to you. Going sock-free however can increase your chance of blisters so look for a thin technical sock to get the best of both. Always break in a pair of running spikes before competing in them to reduce your risk of injury.

How much faster do blocks make you?

Blocks are faster, but not by much. Somewhere around 0.1 sec for a 12 flat 100 guy and 0.2 sec for a 10 flat 100 guy. 0.1-0.2″ is a lot in the 100m. Blocks are required for sprinting events, so they are infinitely important, as the difference between a DQ and any recorded mark is essentially infinity.

How much do Spikes improve your mile time?

Spikes make you between 1-2 sec faster per lap. That is a fact weather Cotton wants to admit it or not. I say this as a guy who has run for 30+ years at all levels and coached as well.