Pace Calculator for Running, Jogging & Walking
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How fast? How far? What pace?
Use this simple but powerful Pace Calculator to see just how fast, or long, your run, jog or walk was.
Q: How do I use the Pace Calculator?
A: Simple. All you need to know are two of the answers.
“TIME – DISTANCE – PACE”
PACE: The number one reason people use this calculator is to figure out their PACE. The math to figure your pace can have you scratching your head a few times if you don’t know all the conversions. So if you have a watch and you know how long you were running, jogging or walking for and you know close to the distance you ran, then you can use this pace calculator. Simply set the Drop Down Menu to PACE. Enter the time in (h:m:s) Hours : Minutes : Seconds. Then enter the Distance in a decimal form. 1 1/2 miles = 1.5 (easy right) Then hit the Calculate button and Bingo! You know what your pace is from using this pace calculator.
TIME: Want to know how long it would take to finish a marathon, or a 5K, at the pace you have been running around the block? Well this Pace Calculator makes it a snap to figure it out. Select the drop down to “Time” and then enter your “Pace” and the “Distance”. A 5K is 5000 meters. So change the distance radio button to “Meters” and then type in 5000 in the distance box and hit Calculate on the Pace Calculator. Shazzam! You now know about what your time would be running a 5K race at the pace you run around the neighborhood.
DISTANCE: This can be used as a tool to help you figure and plan running days. Say you want to go run a new route while out of town and you know what your average pace is, and you know how long of a run you went out for. Simply select “Distance” from the drop down menu and supply the Time and Pace and hit the calculate button. There it is! You know how many miles (or kilometers) you ran while on that biz trip to Pittsburgh.
World Record Paces:
So you think you’re fast. Use the pace calculator above to figure these world class athletes’ paces.
World Record – Men: 2 hs 4 min 26 sec – Haile Gebrselassie of Ethiopia
Marathon World Record – Women:
Naoko Takahashi (Japan) – 2 hr, 19, min 46 sec.
Wworld Record – Men – Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea: 58min 23 sec.
The 10K world record is 26 min 17 sec set by Kenenisa Bekele
Ethiopia’s Berhane Adere ran 14 min 54 sec to tie the 5K world road record
Have fun, keep running and use our Pace Calculator!