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7:41.73km world bests on the road by Mottram, Defar in Newcastle
Newcastle, England - Australia's Craig Mottram and Ethiopia's Meseret Defar capped their brilliant seasons on a glorious Tyneside afternoon today by becoming the fastest ever over 3Km on the roads, each beating the previous best around seven seconds.
maybe around 3 mins, but it depends on her speed and how fast she can run!!
Fastest mile ever run is, I believe 4 minutes.
So, a good mile and a half would be about 9-11 minutes, at a good pace, but like the previos poster said, it all depends on their speed.
That depends ..... for high school girls (i know this cause i run cross country) i guess the average would be like 7:30 a mile. for guys, the average pace is like 6:30 a mile ... i think. I'm a girl so yeah.
Yes, for post workout. Try met rx or muscle milk 30 minutes after a long run. Helps with muscle recovery. Chocolate milk works too.
It depends on if you go running everyday and for how long. It's better to vary the distance you run per week (e.x. week 1 20miles, week 2 20miles, week 3 15miles, week 4 25miles) because it helps with your distance and speed. It also depends on if you push yourself of not, because if you don't then you probably won't see the results you want. I would also cross train and work on my core.
I would say a good time for a woman to run just a mile cross country would be around 6 minutes. A good split for a three mile would be 7 minutes.--------------------------------------------
It depends what shape you are in. I am a teenager and it literally takes me only 4-6 minutes to run 1 whole mile. But I am in REALLY good shape for I have ran cross-country and track for 2 years.
At just about every official cross country meet I've been to it's either On your marks, get set, then the gun, or just Runners take your marks, then the gun.
For anaerobic running (sprinting) use of glycogen as a substrate for energy will result in a high concentration of hydrogen ions and blood lactate. Although you may hear that blood lactate is responsible for "locking up" during these events, it is actually the [H+] that lowers the Ph of the blood and in turn causes your body to start protecting itself by blocking actin from attaching to myosin, thereby preventing muscle contraction.
Patricio Patterson he attends John Paul Stevens High school in San Antonio, Texas. He is coached by Tracy Hesson. He enjoys much of the same things that Lauren does minus the sugary fatty foods and sodas he is a health nut and president of his schools health education club
Lauren Martin she is on the same team as Patricio, she is also under the same coach as him. She enjoys shopping all the time and oreos, soda, and anything that has a ridiculous amount of sugar in it...yet she is still pulling amazing times for her 2 mile race.
The ING New York City Marathon is usually held in the fall of each year.
However, the 2012 race was cancelled due to the damage from Hurricane Sandy. The 2013 race is scheduled for November 3rd, 2013.
That's easy! Practice, practice, practice! If you can't, get in shape. Go to a gym, or if you can't, lift weights and jog in place/on a treadmill at your house. Eat healthier, and eat bananas, potatoes, and saltines to avoid getting cramps. But, of course, practice. I was in cross country last year, and I was the top-seventh runner on my team. Also, make sure that you have the right gear; sunglasses, hair-tie if you're a girl, running shorts or sweatpants, comfortable and light short-sleeve shirt, running jacket if it's cold out, thin socks, pads in your shoes, and proper running shoes (asics and nikes are best). Hope this helps!
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It depends on how long the race is and how fast you are. Some people finished a cross country in 1 minute or 2.
It all depends on the person, I have been in cross-country for two years and my best time for a 3k is 14:19.
It depends how much you are in shape, and how fast you can go. But if you do a meet, just keep a good pace, don't push yourself to much.
It depends on your gender. Either way that a good time. For a girl its amazing. For a guy its probably average. If you're a guy, get maybe 2 minutes fast. possibly more. If you're a girl, keep going and always try to go faster
In a varsity race, the first five runners on a team score. Each runner that crosses the finish line scores their place for their team. The five runners' places are totaled and that is the score for that team (so if a team's runners placed 1, 8, 10, 15 and 18, their score ould be 52). The team with the lowest score wins.
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Wear the same exact running attire as your teammates. Trust me this rule is more important than u think. The sectional champion in my area and his whole team was disqualified because he was wearing different colored shorts than the rest of his team. Good news for me because i was number 2 :P
13mins & 48 secs.
William Percival, March 14th 2009 Run at Onehunga Bay Auckland New Zealand
It can be anywhere from 5 people to more than 20 kids. My team has over 40 kids counting both boys and girls.
5K, or 5 Kilometers, is 5,000 meters. In US measurements that is the equivalent of 3.1 miles, or 5468 yards. This is about 45 (am.) football fields, or 12.5 laps around a standard-length (400m) Outdoor Track for running.
In order to be able to run without getting tired easily, you need to have good stamina and have GREAT endurance. Try and run 5 miles every day, and soon you will be able to run a marathon without even breaking a sweat.
Track and field is only like cross country in that they both involve running. While cross country involves a long, continuous run, usually off of any track, track and field involves many events that different athletes specialize in. Not all of these events involve running, such as the discus throw. The longest run in a high school track meet is two miles, all of which occurs on a track, whereas a high school cross county meet is five kilometers, or 3.1 miles.
Cross country skiing is often related to Backyard Skiing. The skiers propel themselves across snow-covered terrain using skis and poles. When cross country skiing, skiers are expected to ski jump or ski orienteering.