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my question to the master sprinters:
” is there a speed standard to meet – so we can call us sprinters ?
or is it just a state of mind and does not realy depend on speed ? ”
I ran 11.4o 100m in HS, never ran college track. At age 52 I ran 12.17 in the Penn Relays. I never ran the 400m in HS, hated it. At age 52, my 400m season PR was 55.14 and 24.88 for the 200m. I think I’m ahead of attrition curve, your results may vary. Being a masters sprinter is about intelligent training and maintaining a body weight about the same or less than you were at age 18.