Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Where was the second most popular running course located in the U.S.A in 2002? ||Cross Country
Mt. SAC (San Antonio College). It was voted 2nd most popular with DyeStat.com. Cal State poly is just a made up answer. I'm told the most popular course in the U.S.A, is in the Rocky Mountains. Woodland Park was where the CA state meet was located, but no course beats Mt. SAC. (except for the one in the Rocky Mountains.) The West Regionals (higher then state, lower then nationals) was held at Mt.SAC.
|What's considered the best thing to drink before a run?||Cross Country
Water. Coke is obviously not correct. Lemonade is full of sugar, and milk is usually thick in your stomach. Water is great, and so are other sports drinks such as Gatorade and Powerade.
Long Distance Running. Cross Country is a sport that involves running long distances. The typical running length is three miles. It involves running up and down many different terrains such as trails, street and dirt, and sometimes concrete.
|What was the fastest time ever run by a high school boy in a Cross Country race in the 20th century?||Cross Country
14:35.7. In 1982, Eric Reynolds ran a 14:35.7. If you don't run Cross Country, that's really, really fast.
The pace that your are most comfortable running at for the whole race.. A race pace is the speed you run the cross country race, or any race. It is different for everyone.
|In kilometers, how long is a Cross Country race for women?||Cross Country
5. A Cross Country race is a 5K, or 3.1 miles.