Ratio of leg length to torso and body weight

Would a sprinter with a high leg length to torso ratio generally have a lighter or heavier body weight than a sprinter of the same height, but with shorter legs?
Empirically, sprinters with long legs in relation to their torso seem to be lighter than those of the same height but with a longer torso. Would everyone agree? If so, why?

Makes sense.

considering that a larger torso could imply a greateer space for internal organs which could also be larger and take up more volume and therefore require more tissue it’s a reasonable assumption, bigger torso from bigger organs or vice versa (chicken or egg theme) but explains also why there is a greater amount of weight involved with that sprinter