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It works out as 15 miles per hour. Pace aside, four minutes is an extremely fast time for a mile. Anybody who runs that fast should drop whatever they are doing regerdless of priority and start their Olympic training. A 4 minute mile was prviously thought humanly impossible.

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1 mile in 8 minutes = 7.5 miles in 60 minutes ie 7.5 mph

The speed is 20 mph. 1 mile/3 minutes = 1/3 mile per minute (x 60 minutes/hour) = 20 miles/hour

twenty miles per hour 3 minutes = 1 mile 6 minutes = 2 miles 60 minutes = 20 miles

you would be running 120mph

To acheive a time of 13 minutes in one mile you have to walk at least 4.62 mph.

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1 mile per minute (60 miles per hour)

1 mile in 8 minutes = 7.5 miles in 60 minutes ie 7.5 mph

The speed is 20 mph. 1 mile/3 minutes = 1/3 mile per minute (x 60 minutes/hour) = 20 miles/hour

twenty miles per hour 3 minutes = 1 mile 6 minutes = 2 miles 60 minutes = 20 miles

you would be running 120mph

To acheive a time of 13 minutes in one mile you have to walk at least 4.62 mph.

1 mile/6 minutes x (60 minutes/hour) = 10 miles per hour

It depends how fast your running, If you can run as fast as I do, then you can make it in four minutes.

Well, the average is 10 minutes for 1 mile, so... if you take 8 minutes to run 5 miles... That's really fast.

1 mile in 4 minutes = 15 miles per hour

Average mile time for a 12 year old kid is 7 1/2 minutes but the record for a 12 year old is about 4 1/2 minutes

If you travel at 6.5 mph for 5 minutes you will cover about 1/2 mile.