Effect of wind on track performance – new formulas suggested | Canadian Running

Dutch researchers from the University of Amsterdam studying data from sub-elite track meets in Belgium and the Netherlands and elite Diamond League meets have published some interesting findings about the effect of wind speed on track performances. They also developed, based on the available data, a set of formulas for correcting for wind speed that can be used for the 100m, 200m, and 100/110m hurdles.

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