I'm 13yrs old and I run it in 2.16
Yes. It's not elite, but it's not bad.
19-year-old Rebecca Adlington won 2 gold medals, one in the 800m freestyle (in which she also broke a 19-year old world record by 2 seconds), and the other in the 400m freestyle. Jo Jackson won bronze in the latter race as well.
Jean Baptiste Tooley ran 2:01.81 at the 2011 Portland CYO Meet of Champions as a 14 year old 8th grader.
Age nine I don't know, but the "Bantam" record for ten year olds and under is 2:19.0. The Australian national record for 800m for a 10yo boy is about 2.18-2.19. Actually I just checked and it's 2.15.6 set in 1993. That is pretty extraordinary.
There is no official record for ten year olds because there is not a national race, but you could get the record at your school. In 7th grade there is a cross country team and they race for two miles and when you get to highschool it increases to two.
hmmm maybe under three, If your talking about someone who runs. For someone who doesnt run probably low threes
Hi I'm a 14yr old girl and run the mile and 800m at track meets. An average time for a 12 yr old girl would probably be 3 mins 30 secs for the 800m.
hi i am ten and i always do 800m my PB is 2.44.09 but the best in the world is 2.30 something but an avrage time is just over 3 mins.
There is no official record for eight year old girls because there is not a national race, but you could get the record at your school. Most track meets now include the 1500 m race instead of the 1600 m (mile) race.The current USATF record for an 8 year old girl is 5:24. To check national race results for an 8 year old female (sub-bantum) in the 1500, go to the USA Track and Field website, www.usatf.org. You can check race results at the state, regional, or national level.
A good time is about 2:15s
It must be a three year old.
Beetween 2.20 mins and 3.30 mins I would have to say I would expect a 15 year old to be running a lot faster than 3.00 minutes for 800m !
Since a 800m is half a mile anywhere 3:45-below is good for a 13 year old girl (that would be estimating around a 7:00/7:15 minute mile)
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around 2:20 and 2:50
well the person that came first
well I'd say 3.30m to 4.00m
Depends on the distance, for 800m as a ten year old I can run 2:29 as a PB.
3-4 minutes give or take. I'm not sure how old this question (and the answers are) but the info isn't at all accurate. From someone who is in the middle of the junior olympic circuit for track, and the father of a 10 year old girl who runs the 800m, I can offer some accuracy here. First off, when you ask what's a good 800m time, I would start with what's good in elementary school meets around the country. In those races, a 3 minute 800m will generally win the race. When you compete regionally and nationally among the fastest 10 year old girls in the country, a 3 minute 800m isn't competitive. In those races, you'll see the very fastest 10 year old girls running 2:30. It should be noted that there are very few of these girls. Then between 2:35 and 2:40 are the next tier of runners. These girls are extremely fast, and arguably elite runners, but they're just a few seconds behind the truly fastest. So a 3 minute 800m is quite good, but it's really relative to the level you want to compare it to.
5 mins No, to get five minutes would be an obese child hahaha, im 14 and my record for the 800 is 2:18 and im only the second best runner on my team.
Yes, very good mine is 3min 20s and i am 12. I know someone who is 12 years old and he ran 800m in 2min 45s.
Yeah i think its really good. I'm a 13 year old girl and my personal best for the 800m is 2.50.
Well I'd say about 3.00m to 4.00m