The average high school cross country runner should be able to do it in 18 to 21 minutes
For a runner (such as track or cross country), about 6-8 minutes. If you're just an average kid who likes to run, probably 7-10 minutes.
For an average 12-year-old track or cross country runner, around 16-18 minutes. For just the average kid, probably 18-24 minutes.
Probabally around 20, 21 minutes. good is sub 19
if a runner has gone 10km in 40 min. then what you do is divied 40 in to 10 and it come out to be 4 so then you get your answer ...10km/40min.=4km pm( pure a minute)
It depends on how fast you are and how experienced you are. Normal person (non-runner): 35-45 minutes Beginning runner: 30-40 minutes Average runner: 28-34 minutes Fast runner: 24-27 minutes Good cross country runner: 20-24 minutes Really awesome: Under 20 minutes World record: Under 13 minutes If you're a really, really talented runner, you might be able to run a 5K in 15-16 minutes after several years of training. Obviously, very few people will get under that or anywhere close to the world record. Generally, if you can do a 5K in around 25 minutes or less, you're considered pretty good.
A cross-country runner is a runner who trains and races in a long distance race. The distance are usually 5k and up.
It depends. An average person might run it in anywhere from 30-45 minutes (10-15 min per mile). Someone who is athletic but not really a runner might do it in 27-36 minutes (9-12 min per mile). A cross country runner could run it as fast as 15-16 minutes, but most likely in 18-24 (someone new to cross country might do like 25-32). Personally, assuming you're just an average person, I think if you can run 3 miles in 33-36 minutes that's decent.