How Many Times around a Running Track Is a Mile?

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A running track is 400 meters long or 1,312 feet. There are 5,280 feet in a mile. Divide 5,280 feet by 1,312 feet to find that you will need to go four times around a running track to go the distance of one mile.
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Just over a quarter mile
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Most outdoor tracks are 4 laps/mile. Most indoor tracks
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Typically, four laps would equal a mile, since most high school tracks have a 400 hard circumference.
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There is no clear answer, other than "longer is better" and "more is better" provided you follow the golden rule of training "The primary goal of training
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