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

Age can influence how fast you run. Most runners reach their fastest speed between the ages of 18 and 30. The average running speed per mile in a 5K (5-kilometer or 3.1-mile race) is below.

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

A runner who is 17 to 21 and in good health runs a mile in about 6:30 if he is in the top 1 percent of that age group, according to standards set by the U.S. Army Physical Fitness Guide. Runners should shoot for a time of approximately 8:18 if they want to be in the 50 percent bracket for the age group.

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.

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.reference.com/health/target-times-age-running-mile-9bfc5c8b754dceab

What Are Target Times by Age for Running a Mile? Official fitness tests such as those used by the U.S. Army and the U.S. Marshall Service often require younger men and women to run the equivalent of a mile in eight or nine minutes.

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

Although there is no documented average time for running a mile, seven to 10 minutes is often cited as the average time for a person who is in pretty good shape. Many factors impact the amount of time a 1-mile run takes, including age, gender and fitness level. In-shape runners in early adulthood typically run a mile faster than older runners.

healthyliving.azcentral.com/good-time-jogging-mile-10478.html

Determining a good time for jogging a mile depends on several factors, including your age and physical condition. If you're young and in top shape, a good time would be faster than if you're older and just trying to get in shape. Men, typically, jog faster than women. In short, a good time for one person might be a ...

www.answers.com/Q/By_age_what_is_the_average_running_time_for_1_mile

depends on age and gender, and fitness level for example, a high school girl, that is somewhat fit will have a mile time of 7 or 8 minutes, it just depends where as a high school male student ...

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

www.verywellfit.com/what-is-a-good-time-for-a-5k-2911121

5K race times for runners can be pretty subjective: What's a great time for one person may be a disappointment for another. Just look at the previous results for a particular 5K race (3.1 miles) on the website for the event. It will show the times of the age group winners, those who finished in the middle of the pack, and those who finished at the bottom.