Question: What are the two relay races?

There are two standard relay events in track and field: the 4X100m relay and the 4X400m relay. The 4X400m relay finals are traditionally the finale of a track meet, and is therefore often met with a very enthusiastic crowd, particularly if the last leg is a close race.

What are the two main relay race events?

In athletics, the two standard relays are the 4 × 100 metres relay and the 4 × 400 metres relay.

What are relay races called?

Relay race, also called Relay, a track-and-field sport consisting of a set number of stages (legs), usually four, each leg run by a different member of a team. The runner finishing one leg is usually required to pass on a baton to the next runner while both are running in a marked exchange zone.

How do you set up a relay race?

To set this relay up, start by marking off two lines: a starting line and a turn-around line. Divide your players into teams. Place an egg carton (lid removed) about halfway between the two lines, one for each team. Next, head to the turn-around line where youll place a bowl containing enough pennies for each player.

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