February 10, 2017
For a short answer, a 10 km run translates to ten kilometers. This is equal to 6.2 miles, and yes, double the distance you need to cover in a 5 km race. Furthermore, to give you an example, you'll need to scale the famous Eiffel Tower at least 32 times to give you an equivalent of covering 10 km. If you're thinking of running a 10 km marathon, then there are some things you need to keep in mind. You can't simply hope to start a 10 km run and finish it without proper endurance training. A lot...
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February 07, 2017
The finishing time for marathons, which are most commonly of 26.2 miles varies depending on the participant. World class elites take a bit more than two hours to finish a marathon while other individuals take up to more than eight hours. According to Running USA, the average finishing time for a marathon in the USA back in 2014 was four hours, nineteen minutes, and twenty-seven seconds. On the other hand, the average finishing time for a marathon for women was four hours, forty-four minutes, and nineteen seconds. Calculating an estimate Before you take part in a marathon, you should...