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That means you ran 20 meters in one second, which is about 66 feet per second. This sounds very impossible, but in miles per hour, it was 237,600 mph. (The math: 20 meters=66 feet. 66 feet per second times 60 equal 3960 feet per minute. Times 60 again gives you 237,600 feet per hour. 60 second in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour.) then divide 237,600 feet by 5,320 and the answer is 44.66 mph. There are 5,320 feet in a mile.

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If you run 100 meters in 20 seconds then you ran 300 feet in 20 seconds. That is 600 feet a minute. Multiply that by 60 to get 36,000 feet in an hour. Divide that by 5280feet (how many feet are in a mile). And you get about 6.8 mph

100 metres in 10 secs = 10 m/s (metres per second) = 36 km/h.

Presuming a continuous speed through the whole 100 meters, someone who ran 100 yards in 10 seconds would take 10.83 seconds to run 100 meters.

200 meters in 32 seconds is a pace of 13.98 mph or 22.5 km/h

100 metres in 9 seconds gives an average speed of 11.111... metres per second.

Your pace is 20.71 mph

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