Average 10k Time
Age-Adjusted Running Tables Age-adjustment factors have been developed to help compare older (over 30) runners with "open class" (30 or younger) performances. These tables can be manipulated in several different ways to aid you in comparing men/women, older/younger runners, and even your own performances for different distances.
Several factors contribute to the average time it takes a person to run one mile. While there are ways to determine an average based on age or sex, the biggest factor in determining an average
A report released by Running USA show the average 5k time, 10K time, and other stats of American road racers. How do your numbers stack up? Check your times against last year's averages for 5K
Time Calculator. This script is designed to accumulate amounts of time entered as data, display it as a total and give a high, low and mean between the two, and an average of all the entries (12 possible).
The average 5k run time depends on the level of experience of the runner. If someone just starting out runs a 12-minute mile, he will complete the race, which is roughly 3.1 miles, in about 37 minutes.
The "ideal" finishing time for a 10K race is pretty subjective. What one runner thinks is great may be less satisfactory for someone else. Moreover, there are numerous variables that can alter your performance on race day, helping you either exceed your own expectations or fall short of them.