Running Pace Calculator

Use this runner's pace calculator to determine your 5k pace – or your pace per mile for a given distance. Simply enter any two variables – pace, time or distance – into our pace calculator below.

Calculate Your Running Pace

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Enter any two variables – pace, time or distance – into our pace calculator.

Use this calculator to estimate the pace for a variety of activities, including running, walking, and biking. The calculator can also be used to estimate the time taken or distance traveled with a given pace and time or distance.

Who uses a Pace Calculator?

What Can You Calculate with a Pace Calculator?

  • Determine how fast your pace should be if you have a certain finish time for a desired distance or race. For example, find out what pace you need to keep to run a 28-minute 5K or a sub-2:00 half marathon.
  • Determine what your pace was for your training run around the neighborhood or track. For example, find out how fast your pace was for that 46-minute 5-mile training run.
  • Determine the distance you ran. For example, you can calculate the distance you ran by inputting the pace you ran at and the duration of your training run or race

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Ready to start training? Here are a few things to know before you get started.

  • Learning how to  run well  takes sustained effort. You can’t hope to go on a couple of runs and suddenly feel comfortable signing up for a 5k or half marathon. You need to find consistency and stick to a training program, regardless of if  the weather is bad  or if you are tired from your workday.
  • Challenge yourself little by little every time you run. You don’t have to run to the very end of your capability every time you go out. Get used to  sustained running  first. So, start by mixing running and walking and then try to run more often than you walk.
  • Training for a big race is a great goal! Slowly increase your training runs up to your goal pace and distance.
  • Follow an  expert built training plan  to accelerate your results and reduce the risk of injury.

There is plenty more information available. Learn how to improve your form and technique and find running workouts suited to your needs from the content below.