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Running speed and pace calculator

Use the table below to calculate your:

    • pace for your target distance
    • time for a race, at given pace and distance
    • distance covered, at given pace and time
Calculate for:  
Time (h:m:s) Distance Pace (h:m:s)
: : : :
  miles
mtrs
yards
km
per mile
per 400m
per km
thanks to: MREDKJ.com

Links to Running Tools, Calculators and Pace Conversion sheets

Training Paces calculator
Body Mass Index calculator
Predicting race times
VO2MAX calculation
Pace calculator
Pace and time conversion chart: mph kph minutes/mile minutes/km
Interval session pace conversion sheet: 5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon

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