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Inclined oval course that is 250 m long (short track) or 333.33 m or 400 m long (long tracks) and whose width varies from 7 to 9 m.
200 m line
Point from which the racers are timed in the sprint event.
Strip where a racer gains speed before entering the track (sprint) and leaves it at the end of an event or to recover (American track).
Line that separates two lanes during a race or sprint.
Route that is 37 to 100 m long, depending on the length of the track, and is graded from 4° to 13°.
Place where the 10 judges stand by to monitor the progress of the race and give the results.
Line indicating the start and finish point for the pursuit events.
Point that marks the end of all events (such as time trial and sprint), except the pursuit.
Rest and assistance area for athletes between races where the coaches, mechanics and trainers stand by.