What is a good time for 200 m sprinting and 400 metre sprinting?
Usually about 8 o'clock in the evening.
How old are you? Are you male or female? A good time for Allyson Felix? Kirani James? Joe Slow? Whaddyer mean?
And if you are a distance runner why do you persist in asking these bizarre questions about sprinting?
Or are you a wind up merchant?
PS I'm a sprinter by the way. 'Good' 200m sprinters aren't always good 400m sprinters. And vice versa.
A good 200m time for a goldfish is about five minutes. This depends on the size of the bowl, however. A standard size bowl would involve too many laps and the fish would die from giddiness. A 3 gallon bowl would be a good idea, but you're still talking 200 laps. (10" diameter bowl = ~metre/lap at the widest point.)
Sorry, what was the question?
You are a goldfish, aren't you?
Not if they go there again after 4 seconds
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