Pace Chart - Part One

This chart covers 5 through 9 minutes per mile from 5K to the marathon.

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Dan Fuehrer

Our pace charts show what time a given pace will produce for eight common race distances, from the 5K to the marathon. Charts like this, showing paces that cover 5 through 9 minutes per mile, are great way to see what you’ll need to average for a goal time.

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For example, if you’re targeting a 1 hour and 30 minute minute half marathon, you can easily see that you’ll need to run 6:50 per mile or faster according to the chart below. Knowing that pace, you can then structure your training accordingly to reach your goal. (Find more pace charts based on minutes per mile or minutes per kilometer.)

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