Running the mile in under four minutes puts a person in an elite class of runner, but strong runners who do not compete can still achieve a time under six minutes. A good time to aim for when running the mile depends on ... More »

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,... More »

The time it takes to run 3 miles will depend on the individual's speed and level of overall physical fitness, but a good rule of thumb would be 3 miles in 30 minutes. This amounts to a pace of 1 mile every 10 minutes, or... More »

Although specific preparations depend on the type of event and race, both sprinters and distance runners need to warm up 25 to 30 minutes prior to the start of race for about 15 to 18 minutes. If competing in multiple ev... More »

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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,... More »

The time it takes the average person to run a mile varies greatly, but most people can do it within seven to nine minutes. Fitness levels, age and gender are all key factors that determine a person's one-mile time. More »

Taking into account all stoppages as well as the regulation time of 60 minutes, the average length of an NHL hockey game is two hours and twenty minutes. Many people think of hockey as a relatively fast-paced game, and w... More »