7.5 miles an hour
in some Olympics they actually did have the mile. i don't recall herb Elliot breaking the mile record at the Olympics, and he certainly wasnt the first person to get under 4:00. roger bannister was.
(60 / 9) = 6.66667 - If a person runs at a pace of 6.66667 MPH, they can run one mile in 9 minutes. 1 mile = 1.60934 kilometers (1.60934 * 6.66667) = 10.72894 - 6.66667 MPH is equal to 10.72894 KmH.
For a 7 minute mile you will average 1 minute and 45 seconds per lap on a 400 meter track (four laps), although keep in mind your first lap should be a bit faster and each subsequent lap will almost certainly be slower than the ones before it, so you should try to get around 1:35 on your first lap, maybe? It all depends on your running style. You would have to run an average of 8.57 mph over the entire mile.
The fastest time to finish a mile is 4 minutes
24.14 km per hour for a 4-minute mile.
fastest 4 minute mile approx. 1 minute
0.25 miles a minute, an average of 15 mph......................................
1 mile in 4 minutes = 15 miles per hour
0.75(3/4) of a mile per minute
12+ minute mile- low fitness 11 minute mile- below average fitness 10 minute mile-average fitness 9 minute mile- decent fitness 8 minute mile- commendable fitness 7 minute mile- exceptional fitness 6 minute mile- "Athlete Level" fitness 5 minute mile- "Super Athlete Level" Fitness <4 minute mile: WOW
An eight minute mile is 660 feet a second.
You must run at a speed of exactly [ 1 mile per 13.5 minutes ].To convert that to a more familiar unit:1/13.5 (mile/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 4 4/9 mile/hour
A 6-minute mile is fast and long for an average American human being.
To achieve a 4-minute mile requires an average speed of 24.14 km per hour.
More than a mile a minute.