well... that all depends on the amount of energy, the course, and the feeling of the runner at that specific time. i race cross country and the winner for my jr high school is at a 5:40 mile... good but not the best. so no there is no specific fastest cross country runner. For a 5k (3.1 miles), which is what high schoolers run the best time is 15:02. Evan Apple used to run at my school and he ran at a time of 15:10. He was 3rd in the nation. Craig Lutz is the fastest high school cross country runner in the nation.
Cross country, or nordic skiing is judged by the time you take to complete a course. The fastest time wins.
In Illinois, at least, making All-Conference means that you are one of the top 14 fastest runners in your conference.
Womens football. The two fastest growing sports for men are lacrosse and cross country running.
The fastest recorded 6th grade time for a 5k was a 17.45, set by a pair of brothers in Wisconsin.
Most high school cross country races are 5 kilometers, which is about 3.1 miles.
The usual distance of a middle school cross country race is 1.9 - 2.3 miles. so about 2 miles.
ganag wars and they got in a fight about who could run the fastest cross country
5:57 good luck and God Bless!
high school cross country races are 3.14 miles long. this is equale to 5 kilometers. in college boy's cross races are longer.