Yes, it can be done by well trained athletes. Michael Johnson holds the fastest average speed ever officially recorded by the by the International Associations of Athletics Federations. This speed was about 23.16 miles per hour, and was achieved when he set the world record for the 200m with a time of 19.32 seconds.
The athlete who holds the world record in 100 meter dash is widely considered "the world's fastest man". The current record is 9.72 seconds (set by Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt), which is equivalent to running about 23 miles per hour.
As fast as they can.
Ha, funny. The average person can run from somewhere between 12-17 miles. I'm sure the fastest recorded is much higher.
No-one has run at 30mph yet so it is very unlikely.
yes any body can if they think they can push there self to and beleav and train really hard
No. You can not run 30 mph unless you had a machine
Yes, but you would have to maintain a pace of 15 miles per hour which is very fast. It equates to running a 4-minute mile every mile for five miles.
37.014912 km per hour
28 mph = 147,840 feet per hour.
30Kms. per hour.
Answer: 20 mph = 32.1868 km/h
Thoroughbreds(breed of horse)can travel at anywhere from 25-30 miles/hour.
26.0 is the fastest person ever
20mi x 5280 ft = 105,600 ft/hour RON PAUL REVOLUTION
Your speed is 39 miles per hour.
You will travel 16 miles.
The answer will depend on the rate. 20 miles per day? per hour?
65*20/60 = 21.66... miles
It is an average speed of 20.45 miles per hour.