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Six weeks after Roger Bannister broke the four minute mile barrier Australian John Landy broke Bannister's record with a time of 3:57.9.

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a good athlete keeps there mile around 6 minutes....U of W hockey team runs two in twelve

No woman has run a mile in under 4 minutes.

John Walker was the first man to run one mile under four minutes. He ran one mile in 3:50 (3 minutes, 50 seconds).

In 4.27 minutes he runs 1 mile so in 60 minutes he will run 60*1/4.27 = 14.05 miles (to 2 dp)

David Ortiz ran it in 3 minutes and 45 seconds.

For a normal non athlete, seven minutes is OK. 6 minutes is great. 5 minutes is fantastic. But wait to hear from others.

Highly varies, but probably between 6 and 7 minutes.

run faster

it is very rare to see a high school runner athlete run a mile under four minutes. I personally only know one person who can run a mile under four minutes and that kid won state for XC. To see more results: go check out athletic.net for times and scores for different types of races

under 5 minutes or 5 minutes

roger banister with a 3:59.4 minute mile

Was first to run a mile in under four minutes

it takes 4 minutes to walk a mile :)Actually, Sir Roger Bannister _ran_ a mile in just under 4 minutes in 1954.More realistically, a normal walking speed is about 3 miles per hour, or 20 minutes per mile.

16.6 minutes

under four minutes

Just under 59 minutes.

Roger Bannister

run faster

About 4.61 mph.

No woman has run an under 4 minute mile.

He is traveling at 81.23 inches per second.

probably under 6 minutes

From England and the the first to run the mile in under four minutes

First man to ever run the mile in under 4 minutes.

Roger Bannister