The 20K run (20 kilometres, or approximately 12.4 miles) is a long distance foot race.
3K: 3 kilometers equals 1.85 miles, or 9842.5 feet, or just a little less than 2 miles. This is a common distance for charity walks, especially those with accessible routes. It takes 30 to 37 minutes to walk 3K at a moderate pace.
A mile is longer than a kilometer.
1 kilometre is equal to 0.62137119 miles, which is the conversion factor from kilometers to miles.
Your finish time will depend on many factors, but the average finish time is around two hours. The elite Olympians finish in about one hour while the slowest runners normally stroll in around four hours.
Here’s the 10K breakdown. The ‘K’ stands for kilometer, which is 0.62 miles or 1093.6 yards (http://www.metric-conversions.org). Therefore, a 10K is 10 kilometers (10,000 meters) or 6.2 miles. It’s double the distance of a 5K race.
5 miles is about 8 kilometers, so 10 kilometers is longer.
A mile and a kilometer are both units of length or distance. Kilometers are used in the metric system and each one is about 6/10 of a mile, which is used in the US standard system of measurement. … A mile is longer than a kilometer. One mile is equal to 1.609 kilometers.
To convert from kilometers into miles, multiply the distance in kilometers by 0.6214.
|1 mi||1.61 km|
|2 mi||3.22 km|
|3 mi||4.83 km|
|4 mi||6.44 km|
Therefore, if you travel 1 mile, it is going to take 60/40=1.5 minutes. Travel 12 miles will be 12*1.5=18 minutes.
If the scale were 1:63,360, for instance, then 1 inch on the map would represent 63,360 inches or 1 mile on the ground (63,360 inches divided by 12 inches = 5,280 feet or 1 mile).
|Miles||Relaxed Pace||Normal Pace|
|11 miles||3 hrs, 40 mins||2 hrs, 45 mins|
|12 miles||4 hrs||3 hrs|
|13 miles||4 hrs, 20 mins||3 hrs, 15 mins|
|14 miles||4 hrs, 40 mins||3 hrs, 30 mins|
5K: A 5k is a 3.1 mile race. To run a 5k typically all you have to do is find one you’re interested in, sign up and pay the entry fee (which is around $25-$50).
Average time and pace
Everyday runners can aim to complete a mile in about 9 to 12 minutes. This means you’ll finish a 5K in about 28 to 37 minutes. Walkers can expect to complete a mile in about 15 to 20 minutes. Walking at a brisk pace should enable you to finish a 5K at around the hour mark.
7. 10K eats calories. The average runner burns 100 calories per mile (depending on height and weight) so chances are you’ll burn over 600 calories, that’s 2 iced doughnuts! ??
Pfitzinger recommends 20- to 30-minute runs at 10-mile pace or slightly faster as the most effective way to improve one’s 10-mile time, interspersed with longer intervals such as 5x1600m.
Most people cannot maintain their one-mile pace when running 10 miles, so we cushion the average speed with 10:29 per mile. So the average runner will run 10 miles in 1 hour 30 minutes to 1 hour and 50 minutes.
And yes, you can finish one. “Just about anyone can do a half marathon with the proper training,” says Mark Coogan, New Balance Boston Elite coach and former Olympic marathoner. “The key is preparing your body for the distance without overdoing it and causing injury.”
The official world records in the 5000 metres are held by Joshua Cheptegei with 12:35.36 for men and Letesenbet Gidey with 14:06.62 for women. The first world record in the men’s 5000 m was recognized by World Athletics (formerly called the International Association of Athletics Federations, or IAAF) in 1912.
|35 to 39||33:44||37:21|
|40 to 44||32:26||38:26|
|45 to 49||33:13||39:19|
|50 to 54||34:30||41:20|
By running a 5K every day, you’re likely to see improvements in your muscle endurance and potentially in the size of the primary muscles used while running, like your quads, hamstrings, glutes, hip flexors and calves.
Kilometers. 1 kilometer is equal to 0.62137119 miles.
Arden 9 mile race – 24th June 2012 (part 1)