RUNNING

The fastest man runs a distance of 100 meters in 9.58 seconds. This fastest man usually comes from an urban environment in the U.S. or Caribbean Nations. The success in the 100 meters is determined by raw speed, and quick reflexes. Most successful 100 meter runners don’t learn their skills in a training camp. They bring with them many of the necessary skills already developed. In an urban environment of poverty and high crime, successful 100 meter runners have learned quickly how to distance themselves from a volatile situation in a short period of time.

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The fastest man runs a distance of two miles in 8:03:40 minutes. This fastest man usually comes from a rural environment in eastern Africa. The success in the two mile is determined by maintaining stamina and speed over an extended period. Most successful two mile runners don’t learn their skills in a training camp. They bring with them many of the necessary skills already developed. In a rural environment of poverty and long distances, successful two mile runners have leaved quickly how to reach a distant location for food or water.

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