On a standard track, 200 meters covers roughly half of a full lap around the track. The 200-meter race is a common track event across all levels of competition, as most organizations utilize metric measurements on standa... More »

The International Association of Athletics Federations set the standard track length at 400 meters, so an individual who travels 300 meters around a track travels three-quarters of the track. The only track and field eve... More »

A single lap around an average outdoor track is 400 meters or a quarter of a mile. Therefore, 200 meters is half of a single lap. More »

One hundred meters is a quarter of a lap. A standard running track is 400 meters and is usually divided into eight to ten different lanes. In many countries, the full-lap, 400-meter race started as the now-obsolete 440-y... More »

A kilometer is equal to 1,000 meters or 0.62137 miles. This is the primary measure of large distances throughout most of the world, though the United States still uses the mile as its standard. More »

One meter is equal to 1.0936 yards, so in order to convert 300 meters into yards, simply multiply by 1.0936 to get 328.084 yards. Because the metric system is based on a 10 multiplier system, it is easy to use this simpl... More »

A distance of 100 meters is equivalent to 328 feet or 109 1/3 yards. A football field is 100 yards long, so 100 meters is about as long as 1 1/10 football fields. More »