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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

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.

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

The current world records for the outdoor mile are 3:43.13 for men and 4:12.56 for women. Of course, most runners will never come anywhere close to those times, but they can still work on improving their own personal record for the mile distance.

www.shape.com/fitness/cardio/average-running-speed-women

In 2016, the average American woman using the Strava app ran 4.6 miles per workout with an average pace of 9:55 minutes per mile. That's right-if you're running 10-minute miles and never cross the 5-mile mark, you're right in there with basically every other female runner in the country.

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.

www.livestrong.com/article/551509-a-good-mile-rate-for-a-beginner-runner

“High” fitness women ran the mile in nine minutes or less; “moderate” fitness women ran it in 10 minutes and 30 seconds or less and “low” fitness women needed 12 minutes or more to complete the mile. Run for Life states that a 10-minute mile rate is good for beginners; the goal is to complete 3 miles in 30 minutes.

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

The average person runs a mile at a pace that might surprise you, according to data from Strava. ... And if you've ever wondered how your mile time compares to other runners' times, there's now a ...

livehealthy.chron.com/good-running-pace-women-over-40-7542.html

Age-Graded Women's Paces. According to Professor Pearson's tables, a woman of 40 falls into the 50th percentile of runners in her age group if she maintains a 1-mile pace of 9 minutes. A woman at age 50 would fall into the 50th percent of her age group if she ran a 9.42 mile pace.