How Many Times around a Running Track Is a Mile?


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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Six times around would equal 1.5 miles. Because one time around equals a 1/4 mile. so 6 X 1/4 = 1.5.
Most outdoor tracks are 4 laps/mile. Most indoor tracks
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
The standard track is equal to 1/4 of a mile, meaning that you must go around 8 times to equal 2miles.
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