400m Running Track

Dimensioned drawing of a regulation 400m running track with measurements for starting scratch lines for 200m and 400m races

400m Running Tracks are specialized all-weather rubberized running surfaces used for an assortment of Track and Field competitions. With lanes designed to be 400m in length from start to finish, 400m Running Tracks are the most commonly used track size that can easily accommodate for competitive sprint lengths of 100m, 200m, and 400m. 400m Running Tracks have an inner radius of 119’9” | 36.5 m, an overall length of 580’5” | 176.91 m, width of 303’6” | 92.5 m, and area of 157,092 ft2 | 14,594 m2. All running tracks have lane widths of 4’ | 1.22 m.

Plan drawings of starting scratch line locations for 200m and 400m races on a regulation 400m track

How big is a 400m Running Track?
400m Running Tracks have an overall length 580’5” | 176.91 m, an overall width of 303’6” | 92.5 m, and a total area of roughly 157,092 ft2 | 14,594 m2.
What is the inner radius of a 400m Running Track?
The radius of the inside lane of a 400m Running Track is set at 119’9” | 36.5 m.
What is the fastest 400m time?
The fastest 400m sprint is a time of 43.03 seconds held by the Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa.


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Length (Overall): 580’5” | 176.91 m
Width (Overall): 303’6” | 92.5 m
Area (Overall): 157,092 ft2 | 14,594 m2
Radius (Inner): 119’9” | 36.5 m
Length (Center): 276’ 10” | 84.39 m
Lane Width: 4’ | 1.22 m
Races: 100m, 200m, 400m



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Track & Field 400m Running Track plan


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Track and Field is a collection of sporting contests based on the athletic skills of running, jumping, and throwing. Occurring within the central space of a running track or on the track itself, Track and Field events consist of three main categories: track events, field events, and combined events.