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Statistics About The Average Human Running Speed Km/H

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"The average running speed during the men's 100 metre race (which equates to approximately 38 km/h) is the fastest ever recorded for a human."

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"The average speed at which women tend to run is around 9.4 km/h."

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"Marathon runners have an average speed of 12 km/h."

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"The fastest recorded human speed is 44.72 km/h by Usain Bolt."

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"The average speed of a human running a 10k race is approximately 11.2 km/h."

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"The average speed of a runner during a half marathon is around 10.18 km/h."

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"The average running speed for male 5k runners is 10.9 km/h."

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"The average speed of a runner during a marathon for females is approximately 9.61 km/h."

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"The average speed of a human while sprinting can reach up to 24 km/h."

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"A good average speed for running a mile is 8.3 km/h."

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"The average running speed for long distance athletes is approximately 20 km/h."

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"The average speed for running in old age (50-60) can drop down to 9.65 km/h."

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"The average speed of running uphill is reduced to 7.4 km/h."

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"Elite marathon runners average speed is about 21.62 km/h."

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"The average speed of running downhill is around 20.92 km/h."

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"The average speed of running depends largely on fitness level and training, with beginners often running at around 8 km/h."

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"The average speed of a high-intensity interval runner is approximately 18 km/h."

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"Endurance runners have an average running speed of 12.5 km/h."

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"Older adult women (50-79) tend to run at an average speed of 6.5 km/h."

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