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Q: What is the average time it takes to run 5 miles?

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The average time that it takes to run 6 miles is 1 hour. This varies greatly depending on who is running and how quickly they can run a mile.

The average time to run 26.2 miles is 4 hours 32 minutes and 8 seconds. Hope this helps you!

I am 27 and I can run 2 miles in 19 min I am pretty average.

28- 32 minutes

37 minutes for 5 miles is the average time

12 minutes

I am a 22 yrs old male; weigh 10.5 stones (about 64kg I think) takes me about <14 minutes to run 2.1 miles. Hope that helps. Well, I'm in middle school and 12 yrs old and our cross country team runs 1.9 miles for our races. My best time is 13.21, but our team captain can run it in 9.09 so for a average runner it would probably be about 14 minutes and an average person would be about 28-20 minutes!

i think the avg time i takes a teen girl is about 12.7 and the average time for a teen boy is about 11.4

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not really because it takes the average person to run one mile in 6 minutes

The average human being would normally be able to run it in 11 minutes and 30 seconds.

The average midfielder will run 7 miles in a match.

If it takes 4 minutes to run 1 mile then in 15 times as long (1 hour) you would run 15 miles. So the average speed must be 15 miles per hour.

6 to 9 minutes

8minutes

8 minutes

It takes 5-6 min to run a mile. Depends on your pace tho. I am pretty sure that athletes could run 3 miles in 12-13 min. They have to.

50-60 minutes.

20 or 30 at least!!!

I would say that to run 2 miles for an 11 year old would be around 17 minutes.

average speed = distance /time distance = 1.5 miles time = 9/60 hours = 0.15 hours average speed = 1.5/0.15 = 10m/h

9.68 seconds

you run time yourself on how much time it takes you to run one mile and then try to get a better time each time. Lifting weights squatting building muscle also helps.

probably around 13 1/2 The average in shape.

5 miles at 9 to 9.5 minutes per mile is an "average" pace...imho.