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It needs to be a consistent 1:30 per 400m. I tried and I always come out 19 seconds slower... PB 6:19 12 years old 5'4 98 pounds

Q: How fast do you need to run to get a 6 minute mile?

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1 mile in 4 minutes = 15 miles per hour

10 mph

24.14 km per hour for a 4-minute mile.

0.25 miles a minute, an average of 15 mph......................................

You would have to run 60 ÷ 8 = 7.5 mph.

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It depends on how fast the kid naturally runs. If they run really fast, it might be a 60 second half mile. If they run slow, it might be a 2-3 minute mile

1 mile in 4 minutes = 15 miles per hour

10 mph

24.14 km per hour for a 4-minute mile.

0.25 miles a minute, an average of 15 mph......................................

You would have to run 60 ÷ 8 = 7.5 mph.

0.75(3/4) of a mile per minute

i run a 6 minute mile but i suppose anything from 10 or 12 downwards is good

12 miles per minute - if you can maintain that speed steadily.

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

You must maintain a pace of at least 13.8km/h for one mile.

To achieve a 10-minute mile you will have to maintain an average speed of 9.66 km per hour.