Your pace is 9:23 per mile.
A pace of no less than 7:15 per mile.
12 to 13 minutes per mile
The pace for that time is 11:27 per mile.
The average 6 to 7 minute mile burns just under 100 calories. So a marathon at that pace (marathon = 26.2 miles) would burn about 2,600 calories. Running faster mile times would burn more calories. Running slower mile times or walking at least part of the marathon would burn less (walking at a decent pace burns 80 calories per mile).
A half marathon would take about 1 hour 58 minutes at a 9-minute mile pace.
Roughly 6 1/2 mph. Or to be exact 6.5546875 mph.
The pace is 12.62 minutes per mile.
For pace in minutes per mile, divide your finishing time by 13.11. For pace in minutes per kilometer, divide your finishing time by 21.1. If you're a runner and you are attempting to determine an appropriate pace or time goal, search for "McMillan's Running Calculator" which does a reasonable job of estimating your pace based on finishing time of other races.
In the United States, the average finishing time for marathons in 2011 was 4:37 (10:34/mile pace), according to MarathonGuide.com.
A 10-minute mile pace equates to a pace of 74.56 minutes per 12k
A pace for someone would vary from person to person, but you should probably have a slow pace.
12 minute mile
ANSWER: 9.375 minutes/mile pace/mile = time/ distance = 60 minutes/ 6.4 miles = 9.375minutes/mile
Your mile pace was 6.56 minutes.
A marathon runner certainly can; that is 1 mile in 7.5 minutes. That is a bit fast for the average person, however, to keep up that pace for 12 miles
A 4 minute 50 second mile is a pace of 12.41 miles per hour.
Walking at a brisk pace about 15 minutes. At a fast pace, I have walked a mile in 11 minutes.
The pace is 10.91 minutes per mile.
no, more like a 6 min. to 5 min. mile pace
5km in 18.17 minutes is a pace of 5.85 minutes per mile.
A 13-minute mile requires a pace of at least 4.62 miles per hour.
The pace is 4.62 mph
His pace would be about 5.716 minutes per mile.
a good pace for an 8 mile run is different for everybody. first thing first, you should start with shorter runs and work your way up to 8 miles. after all that, your pace on an 8 mile run should feel slow at the beginning, but near the end of the run should feel kinda fast because of fatigue
A 3-minute 43.13 second mile equates to a pace of 16.13 miles per hour.
Eight minutes per mile. This equates to a pace of 7.5 miles per hour.
The pace is a minimum of 7.5 mph
Taking 60 minutes (one hour) you divide by 7 = 8.5714 miles per hour. If he kept that pace for a marathon, he would complete the marathon in 2 hours and 48 minutes. Not world class, but a very good time for an amateur.
what is MT Pace in runners terms here are the meanings: ST pace = short tempo pace MT pace = mid tempo pace LT pace = long tempo pace PHMP pace = planned half marathon pace RI = rest interval (a timed rest/recovery or a distance walked/jogged)
The pace must be at least 5.5 mph
A minimum pace of 5.5 mph is required.
"The Wall" is the time during a marathon when a runner starts to run out of energy. Their pace slows, legs feel like they weigh a thousand pounds, they become light headed and/or their thinking becomes impaired. When these things happen, the marathoner is said to have 'hit the wall'.
The pace is a minimum of 7.5 miles per hour.
The pace must be at least 8.6 miles per hour.
6.4 miles in 40.30 minutes is a pace of 6 minutes 18 seconds per mile.
The treadmill pace to run a 10.24-minute mile and a half must be at least 8.8 miles per hour.
About 10.66 minutes per mile.
4 minutes It is running at a 15 mile per hour pace
At 3.5mph a mile would take about 17 minutes.
mph or minutes per mile
The pace to run a half mile in 4 minutes 13 seconds is 7.12 (7.11462451) miles per hour.
Depends on your age. I'm 12 and run a 9mph pace.
You pace is 7.02 miles per hour.
Your pace is 3.1 miles per hour.
Yes - you can absolutely walk a marathon! Being able to complete a marathon either by running or walking is a huge accomplishment. However, it's important to note that if you plan on walking a marathon that you still have to train for it. You will want to build up the miles that you walk gradually each week starting about 12 - 16 weeks prior to the event. You will want to make sure you… Read More
Assume the runner can maintain level pace for the duration of the run. 1 mile per 10 minutes = 6 mph A marathon course measures 26 miles 385 yd = 26.21875 miles. Velocity (speed) = Distance ÷ Time : Time = Distance ÷ Velocity Time taken = 26.21875/6 = 4.3698 hours = 4 hours 22 minutes 12 seconds
You can run a 5-minute mile if you maintain a pace of 12 miles per hour.
9 mins 14 secs per mile.
This is a pace of 4.91 minutes per mile.