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Mile runners

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Edith peralta

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By Edith Peralta Mile
Records Background ..Continued Linear Trend of Mile run Will the linear trend
Continue indefinitely? How far long will the trend continue? For many years since early times people have been coming up and researching different ways to run faster. About 3-4 decades History of the Record for the Mile Run Factors
•Work put plans/Diets
•Breathing patterns
•Running shoes
•Sports drinks
4:36.5 Richard Webster 1865
4:29.0 William Chinnery 1868
4:28.8 Walter Gibbs 1868
4:26.0 Walter Slade 1874
4:24.5 Walter Slade 1875
4:23.2 Walter George 1880
4:21.4 Walter George 1882
4:18.4 Walter George 1884
4:18.2 Fred Bacon 1894
4:17.0 Fred Bacon 1895
4:15.6 Thomas Conneff 1895
4:15.4 John Paul Jones 1911
4:14.4 John Paul Jones 1913
4:12.6 Norman Taber 1915
4:10.4 Paavo Nurmi 1923
4:09.2 Jules Ladoumegue 1931
4:07.6 Jack Lovelock 1933
4:06.8 Glenn Cunningham 1934
4:06.4 Sydney Wooderson 1937
4:06.2 Gundar Hägg 1942
4:06.2 Arne Andersson 1942
4:04.6 Gunder Hägg 1942
4:02.6 Arne Andersson 1943
4:01.6 Arne Andersson 1944
4:01.4 Gunder Hägg 1945
3:59.4 Roger Bannister 1954
3:58.0 John Landy 1954
3:57.2 Derek Ibbotson 1957
3:54.5 Herb Elliott 1958
3:54.4 Peter Snell 1962 What would the trend look like? Eventually it would end. But will stay at a constant rate And can fluctuate within seconds at the constant rate Objectives *What factors make modern runners run faster than earlier runners? *Will the linear trend continue? *How far/Long will the linear trend continue? *What will the trend look like?
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