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Athletes remain in the __________ on the running track throughout all sprinting events, with the sole exception of the 400 m indoors.

First lane
Same lane
Second lane
Last lane


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Human physiology dictates that a runner''s near-top speed cannot be maintained for more than ____________ due to the accumulation of lactic acid in muscles.

10–15 seconds
20–25 seconds
30–35 seconds
34–45 seconds


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Which is the common indoor event in sprint ?

90 meters
80 meters
70 meters
60 meters


The 60 meters is a common indoor event and it is an indoor world championship event.

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Less common events of sprint include the 50 meters, 55 meters, 300 meters and 500 meters which are used in some high school and collegiate competitions in the ___________.

United States
United Kingdom
China
Australia


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The current world record of 9.58 seconds is held by Usain Bolt of ___________ for 100 meters.

Jamaica
Japan
Germany
Italy


The current world record of 9.58 seconds is held by Usain Bolt of Jamaica and was set on 16 August 2009, at the 2009 World Athletics Championships.

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The women''s world record is __________ seconds and was set by Florence Griffith-Joyner for 100 meters.

9.49
11.49
10.49
12.49


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The informal distance was used for an exhibition race during the __________ Games in as part of the 2009 Great Manchester Run (UK).

Olympic
Manchester City
Manchester Great City
Sprint Cycling


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For all Olympic sprint events, runners must remain within their pre-assigned lanes, which measure __________ (4 feet) wide, from start to finish.

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1.11 meters
1.12 meters
1.21 meters
1.22 meters


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Which sprint category provides the title "the fastest man/woman in the world" ?

50m
100m
200m
400m


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Who is the world record holder for 200m sprint event in the event for men ?

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Walter Dix
Michael Johnson
Yohan Blake
Usain Bolt


He ran 19.19 s at the 2009 World Championships.

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