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Running Pace Charts: Mile Splits & Finish Times for Every Race Distance

Whether you’ve signed up for your very first race or are just hoping to hit a goal, using running pace charts is a great strategy to stay on track.

These running pace charts provide mile splits and finish times for various running paces and different race distances. You’ll find pace charts for every popular distance – from 5k to a full marathon.

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In addition, check out the treadmill pace chart to convert running paces to mph and help navigate any treadmill run. Or, use the interval pace chart to break down different times and speeds during your next workout.

Running Pace Charts

Download any or all of these running pace chart PDFs to use during training or help you stay on track during your next race.

This mile pace chart is a simple and easy tool to use to find the times you should aim for for different intervals. Simply find the running pace you are aiming for, and follow the chart to get the times for each interval.

You’ll find 200m, 400m, 800m and 1200m splits for every running pace in this mile chart.

>> Download the mile pace chart for free! Or click here to learn more.

These 5k pace charts are a helpful tool both during training and on race day! The first pace chart breaks down each mile split during the 5k, so you know the splits you’ll need to run in order to hit your goal. Simply find your running pace and follow the row to find times for 1 mile, 2 miles and 3 miles along the course.

The second pace chart breaks down the 5k finish times for each different running pace. Find out what pace you’ll need to run in order to finish in your goal time.

>> Download the 5k pace chart and 5k finish times! Or click here to learn more.

These 10k pace charts are a helpful tool both during training and on race day! The first pace chart breaks down each mile split during the 10k, so you know the splits you’ll need to run in order to hit your goal. Simply find your running pace and follow the row to find times for 1 mile, 2 miles, 3 miles, 4 miles, 5 miles and 6 miles along the course.

The second pace chart breaks down the 10k finish times for each different running pace. Find out what pace you’ll need to run in order to finish in your goal time.

>> Download the 10k pace chart and 10k finish times! Or click here to learn more.

Half marathon pace charts are a helpful tool both during training and on race day! The first pace chart breaks down each mile split during a half marathon, so you know the splits you’ll need to run to hit your goal.

You’ll find individual mile times for half marathon finishes from 1 hour and 30 minutes to 3 hours. Simply click on your goal finish time, and use the chart to find splits for miles 1 – 13.

The second pace chart breaks down the half marathon finish times for each different running pace. Find out what pace you’ll need to run in order to finish in your goal time.

>> Download the half marathon pace charts for free here!

Marathon pace charts are a helpful tool both during training and on race day!

The first set of pace charts break down each mile split during a marathon, so you know the splits you’ll need to run to hit your goal. You’ll find individual mile times for marathon finishes from 3 hours to 6 hours, in 15 minute increments. Simply click on your goal finish time, and use the chart to find splits for miles 1 – 26 during the race.

The second set of pace chart breaks down marathon finish times for each different running pace, from 6 to 15 minutes per mile. Find out what pace you’ll need to run in order to finish in your goal time. To find your chart: click on the pace range that your running pace falls into and you’ll find finish times for each minute per mile within that range.

>> Download the marathon pace charts for free here!

This treadmill pace chart is very helpful for converting your running pace to mph. Simply find your regular running pace and look at the next column to see what speed is the same on the treadmill.

Or, if you’re curious how fast you’re running on the treadmill, find that speed and follow the row to discover the pace in minutes per mile.

>> Download the treadmill pace chart for free! Or click here to learn more.

Running pace charts are a great resource for any runner. Whether you’re just getting started or are a seasoned runner, having a guide on race day will help ease your nerves and narrow your focus.

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