## Want to run 5km in 30 minutes and 7 seconds?

Here are the basic stats from our **5km running calculator to finish in 30 minutes and 7 seconds** but read on for the pacing charts, race predictions, and to see how your time compares to others runners around the world.

**Distance** – 5km

**Finish Time** – 30:07

**Pace **– 6:01 min/km | 9:42 min/mile

## Pacing in Miles

To run **5km in 30:07** you will need to run at an **average pace of 9:42 min/mile** which gives you the following splits.

Mile | Split |

1 | 9:42 |

2 | 19:23 |

3 | 29:05 |

3.1 | 30:07 |

Most markers for a 5km event will be at 1km intervals but if you prefer your distances in miles then gps watches such as Garmins can bring these up for you.

## Pacing in KM

To **run 5km in 30:07** you will need to run at an **average pace of 6:01 min/km** which gives you the following splits..

KM | Split |

1 | 6:01 |

2 | 12:03 |

3 | 18:04 |

4 | 24:06 |

5 | 30:07 |

## Race Predictions

Based on your **5km time of 30:07** we can use the equation *T _{2} = T_{1} x (D_{2}/D_{1})^{1.06}* to predict your finish times for longer distances.

**5km**– 30:07**10km**– 1:02:47**Half Marathon**– 2:18:33**Marathon**– 4:48:51

This prediction formula will be more accurate for distances close to 5km, so the 10km prediction time of 1:02:47 will be more attainable and relevant than a full marathon of 4:48:51.

The equation *T _{2} = T_{1} x (D_{2}/D_{1})^{1.06 }*was published by Peter Riegel in 1977 where

*T*is your 5km time and

_{1}*D*is the 5km distance, and

_{1}*T*and

_{2}*D*are your predicted time and distance.

_{2}## How do you compare?

The average time to run a 5km will vary depending on factors such as age, gender, experience, the course terrain, etc but RunRepeat.com have conducted extensive research to grade runner finish times.

Running **5km in 30 minutes and 7 seconds** would put you in the **50th Percentile for Men** and the **20th Percentile for Women**.

**Top 50% of male runners****Top 20% of female runners**

Just remember that these don’t take into account non-runners, they’re averages from runners in races, and by putting on your shoes and heading out you are already well ahead of the majority of the population.

*These statistics are based on over 35,000,000 results collected in the last 20 years from over 28,000 races.*

“The 5km run is the perfect canvas for a runner: long enough to paint a picture of endurance, yet short enough for the brushstrokes of speed.”