# Half marathon pace chart km

## What pace is a half marathon in KM?

When you click Calculate pace , you’ll get an estimation of your Pace per kilometer /mile: to run a sub-2 half marathon , you’d need to run faster than 5:41 per kilometer or 9:09 per mile.

## What is a good pace per km?

Speed by distance

Sex Race distance Average pace per mile (1.6 km)
male 5 km (3.1 mi) 10:18:10
female 5 km (3.1 mi) 12:11:10
male 10 km (6.2 mi) 8: 41:43
female 10 km (6.2 mi) 10:02:05

## What should my half marathon pace be?

Take your 10K race pace and add 15–30 seconds per mile: Another easy rule for thumb is to take your current 10K race pace and add 15–30 seconds per mile. For example, if your 10K race pace is eight minutes per mile, then a good estimate of your half – marathon pace is 8:15–8:30 per mile.

## Is a 4 minute km good?

Go out and run a race. The Fastest I have done is 4 :30 Mins for a Km and Boy it was Taxing. To achieve 4 Mins per KM and maintain it for 2–3 Kms will give you some serious gains if your running technique is not faulty. If you are not a professional athlete this your rate of speed is quite good .

## Is 5 mins per km good?

You are doing just great. The average time per km is 5 minutes , so you are pretty much good . The average time per km is 5 minutes , so you are pretty much good . Also, 4:30 is a nice time.

## Is 5k in 23 minutes good?

23 minutes flat for 5K is 7:24/mile pace. Most people who are not track athletes would consider that pretty fast. 23 minutes flat for 5K is 7:24/mile pace. Most people who are not track athletes would consider that pretty fast.

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## Is 7 mins per km good?

Just to give you something to go on…if you RACE (all out) 5K in 30 minutes (6:00/ km ), then 7 :30–8:00/ km is a nice moderate training pace . If you RACE 5K at 7 :30–8:00/ km , then 7 :30–8:00/ km is a bit too fast for the majority of your training…

## Is 6 mins per km good?

If you’re an absolute beginner, 6 :15 minutes per kilometer is good ! After you can run 1km in under 6 minutes , go back to increasing your distance. Aim at running 10km without stopping, without worrying about speed.

## Is 10 minutes per km good?

Good luck! 10 mins for 1 km is basically a brisk walk and not really running/jogging. However the good thing is that you can improve your fitness quite quickly. You should target to walk around 20 minutes (2 km ) initially and then slowly increase to 30 mins (3km).

## What is a good half marathon time for a beginner?

What should you expect at your age? On average we estimate, beginner males finish half marathons between 2:05 to 2:15. On the other hand on average , beginner females clock in between 2:20 and 2:30. Average male race winners come in typically between 1:10 and 1:30, with the current world record being 58:01.

## Is it OK to walk part of a half marathon?

If you ever think you’re seriously hurting yourself, slow down and walk — walking during a race is totally normal, and it’s not worth your safety to risk it. It’s easier with a friend. The first time I ran a half – marathon with a friend, it was kind of life-changing.

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## What is a good half marathon time by age?

Average Half Marathon Pace by Age and Sex

Age Men Women
15 10:16:34 11:40:00
16 09:58:31 12:07:03
17 09:30:56 12:24:57
18 09:31:49 10:31:14

## Can you run 1km in 4 minutes?

Yes, You Can Run 1 Km in 4 Minutes .

## Is a 3 minute km good?

The 3 min / km pace would have you run 5 k in 15. That is elite. It is a 4:50 mile pace and requires a couple years of intense training. I do not want to discourage you but the difference between training and running at 4 minutes / km , very good BTW , and 3 minutes per km is something few athletes can do.

## How fast is 1km in 4 minutes?

2. Convert pace to speed , and speed to pace both mile and km. If you run 1mile in 7 minutes , you run 8.5miles in 1 hour, and run 1km in 4 minutes 20 seconds. This calculator convert pace and speed in the unit of mile, and km.