This is a part 5 of my collection of unusual but fun side of Track & Field.
Largest Track, 3 laps to a Mile
The largest running track to my knowledge was the one used for the 1904 Olympics in St-Louis, built on the campus of Washington University,
It was 1/3 of a mile in length (586 yards, 2 feet or 536.44 meters), with one very long straightaway, four turns, and three shorter straights.
Smallest Track, 19 laps for a Mile
If you think the old indoor Millrose track at MSG was bad, check this out.
Here is a 3 lane, 84 meter track or 19 laps to a Mile (plus 13 meters)!
In 2011, David Kiplagat won a five-man invitational mile at the Kalgin Koch Mini-Track, an 84-meter track in Anchorage, Alaska on May 18, 2011. His time of 4:45 set a new track record. Here is that video: