Are my times for each distance running event where they should be ?!?

im a sophmore in highschool and i just started running my freshman yr. cross country. lately ive been running a 6:20 mile wherein indoor track, my best mile time was a 6:13 which i ran at states. i ran the 1200m in a relay a couple days ago and i got 4:39. i ran the 2mile yesterday, and ran a 13:35. are my times somewhat where they should be? what can i do to get better ?


I ran 13.90 at my last meet. good? bad? how do i improve?

Your times are fantastic, you obviously have a lot of talent, try doing more calistenics to help with your form, speed and power. As long as it is fun! Lots of high knee butt kickers and skipping a's and b's, bounds, and leap frogs. Do this for at least 20 minutes before or after every workout and you will begin to see a big difference in your times. Stick with it, continue working out in the off season and you will be unbeatable next year!

Junior Hurdler-Seeking Help With 3 Stepping?

your times are respectable, but not spectacular.

keep working out, with lots of speed work.

Good luck.

How to get better at hurdles?

your times are good, but there is room for improvement.
keep working hard, listen to your coach, and do a little better at every meet.

400m sprint: 48 secs. if he didnt fall?

They are pretty much where they should be. You slightly excel at the mile though

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