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What is a good marathon pace in KM?

What is a good marathon pace in KM?

Speed by distance

Sex Race distance Average pace per mile (1.6 km)
female 10 km (6.2 mi) 10:02:05
male half-marathon (13.1 mi) 9:38:59
female half-marathon (13.1 mi) 10:58:33
male marathon (26.2 mi) 9:28:14

What is a running pace band?

Pace bands are a bracelet you wear on race day that is pre-printed with mileage, pace, and accumulated time for each mile of the race. They show you how fast you should be going each mile so you can adjust your pace if you are running too fast or too slow.

How long is a marathon race in meters?

An official IAAF marathon course is 42.195 km (42 m tolerance only in excess).

How do I calculate my pace per km?

Pace is given in unit of time per unit of distance, whereas speed is distance over time. In order to count speed and pace all by yourself you need 2 formulas: Speed (km/h) = distance (km) / time (h) Pace (sec/km) = time (sec) / distance (km)

Whats a good pace for a 5k?

Generally, many runners consider a good finishing time for a 5k to be anything under 25 minutes, which means keeping an 8-minute-mile pace. If this is your first 5k, an 8-minute-mile pace might be fairly aggressive, depending on how long you have trained, how old you are, and so forth.

What is a pace pocket?

Pace Pockets are fabric wristbands with a storage pocket for all your running essentials, such as keys, cards, cash or gels, printed with your choice of marathon or half marathon splits.

What is the distance of marathon race in km?

42.195 kilometers
The random boost in mileage ending up sticking, and in 1921 the length for a marathon was formally standardized at 26.2 miles (42.195 kilometers).

How long is the Olympic marathon in km?

The longest race on the Olympic programme, athletes run a distance of 26 miles and 385 yards (42.195km).

What is marathon pace?

Most marathon runners finish a mile every 10 minutes. The average mile time for men is between 9 and 11 minutes. Women average a mile every 10 to 12 minutes. Slow down your pace on most training days. You can add on 30 seconds to 2 minutes per mile.

How do I determine my marathon pace?

Here’s how it works. Run one mile as fast as you can, middle-school style (don’t barf or die, though). Then to predict your marathon time, take your mile time (in seconds) and multiply by 1.3. The result is your marathon pace per mile, in seconds.

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