Be careful, you might get hooked converting distances and times in to the following paces:
Also, enter a pace in one unit to get the equivelant pace in another units!
Or enter a distance and pace to get the total time.
If you’re wondering how many calories you are burning a day then this is
calculator to use.
Finished a run and wanted to know your pace?
What is my Weight-Age-Graded
Time? It is a statistical calculation, created by University of Dayton’s Paul Vanderburgh, of your
"adjusted" run time
(5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon or Marathon) if you were 25 yrs old and either 110 lbs (F) or 143 lbs (M) based on
your actual age, weight and run time. In this calculation (also known as the "flyer handicap"), it assumes that not only are you lighter but you are also a
"scale model" of yourself and are, therefore, shorter.