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www.healthline.com/health/average-mile-time

Several factors contribute to the average time it takes a person to run one mile. While there are ways to determine an average based on age or sex, the biggest factor in determining an average ...

www.livestrong.com/article/533654-how-fast-should-you-run-a-mile

The average mile time for individuals who begin a running program differs. The U.S. Army has devised standards for runners based on age and experience. The average mile time for individuals who begin a running program differs. The U.S. Army has devised standards for runners based on age and experience. ... "APFT Male 2-Mile Run Standards" U.S ...

www.verywellfit.com/what-is-a-good-time-for-running-a-mile-2911136

Many runners want to know what's considered a good time for running a mile (or kilometer), but it’s tough to answer that question because it’s extremely subjective. Depending on the runner’s age and gender, a “fast” time for a mile or kilometer can vary greatly.

www.health.com/fitness/strava-average-mile-women

Workout tracking app Strava has released its list of end of year insights, which includes average run statistics like distance, elevation, moving time, most popular day, and pace, using data from ...

www.quora.com/How-fast-can-the-average-60-year-old-male-run-a-mile

This is highly dependent on the running history of the male in question. I’m sixty years old and in top shape can run about 6:00 for a mile. But I grew up running and my best was about 4:19. But the “average” 60 year-old would probably be quite ha...

www.reference.com/health/average-time-running-mile-30eae4f3da079364

In-shape runners in early adulthood typically run a mile faster than older runners. Even professional runners slow down with age. Gender also influences the average time it takes a person to run a mile, as women statistically run 1 mile slower than men of the same fitness level.

livehealthy.chron.com/average-1mile-run-times-5305.html

No conclusive evidence exists on “average” 1-mile run times, because there is no scientifically agreed-upon average runner. Opinion varies widely, but most anecdotal evidence places the average between seven and 10 minutes per mile for a non-competitive, in-shape runner. The answer for each person differs based on a ...

www.mens-fitness-and-health.com/Running-Test.html

Using the Running Test table below: See how your time for the 1.5-mile run compares to that of other men in your age-group. Just locate the row in your age-group table with your 1.5-mile run time and look across to the corresponding percentile ranking.

fitnessvigil.com/average-time-to-run-mile

The average time to run a mile is around 10 minutes. In the basic training that the army provides, recruits are required to run a mile within 9 minutes. Going by this standard, it is safe to say that 10 minutes is a good estimate of the average time, since recruits in the army are physically much stronger and agile.

misweb.cbi.msstate.edu/~rpearson/masters.html

The tables presented here "age-adjust" running times for runners in the 31-70 year old age groups, both male and female. The tables use factors to adjust your time to a comparable performance by a 30-year old (open class) runner. Men's Age-Adjusted Running Tables Women's Age-Adjusted Running Tables Other Web Links. my home page