# How Fast Should A 15 Year Old Run 100m?

## Is 15 seconds good for 100m?

Cottonshirt wrote: a lot depends on what you’re asking.

15 seconds per 100m is the right pace for 3:45 for 1500m or 4:01 for a mile.

so if you are 26-years-old you will probably not break 2:00 for 800m in this lifetime, but if you are 16-years-old you show a lot of potential..

## Is 25 seconds good for 200m?

Originally Answered: What’s a good 200m sprint time? This goes for guys but if you’re an average runner then I say the 30 range. If you are in a team, then a 23 is competitive. You should be able to run 25 seconds in sweats or the first 200m of a 400m race.

## Is 18 seconds good for 100m?

Most (non-athletic) healthy active kids and young adults will be able to run 100m around that pace or slightly faster without any training. With a little bit of regular training they might be able to drop 2–3sec to maybe 15 sec. … 18sec/100m is 36sec/200m. You might find you can even do this already.

## How fast should a 12 year old run 100m?

Originally Answered: What is the average 100m sprint time for a 13 year old? For a fast 12 year old, probably 13–14 seconds.

## How fast is a 12 second 100m?

about 18.64 miles per hour(Distance of race/time in seconds)*2.237 gives you speed in miles per hour. So if you run a 100 meter dash in 12 seconds then (100/12)*2.237 = about 18.64 miles per hour.

## What is the average 100m time for a 16 year old?

For most boys in their middle teen years the average 100m time will usually often be somewhere between a high of 14.4seconds with a low of 12.3seconds. But that’s only the 60% of boy’s times in we get the world; the other 36% can get it around between 11.8 and all the way down to perhaps 10.9sec.

## How fast can a 16 year old run?

Changes in top speed In this study, 16 year olds were able to reach a maximum running speed of 26 kilometers per hour (3:45 per mile), while two year-olds and 10 year-olds were able to reach six (16:20 per mile) and 20 kilometers per hour (4:50 per mile), respectively.

## Is 11 seconds good for 100m?

Anything under 12 seconds for men in their prime is good, 13 seconds and under being the corresponding measure for women. This is for the average population out there. Under 11 seconds for men and under 12 seconds for women could be considered ‘great’.

## How fast should a 15 year old run 200m?

3 seconds is a long, long way over 200m. I wouldn’t worry too much about what time you are running as a 15 year old, but more how quickly you will be able to run as an 18, 19, 20 or 21 year old if you keep yourself fit and healthy.

## How fast should a 17 year old run 100m?

I think an average 17 year old sprinter can run between 11 and 12 in th 100m; between 22.5 and 24 in the 200m; and 51–54 in the 400.

## How fast can an average person run 100m?

The average man jogs at a speed of 8.3 mph, or 100m in 27 seconds, while the average woman runs at 6.5 mph, covering 100m in 34 seconds. The fastest among us can sprint 100m at a speed of 15.9 mph, or between 13-14 seconds.

## Is 28 seconds good for 200m?

Spikes might take about half a second to a second off but it still isn’t fast enough to get you anywhere, if you are a boy of course. If you are a girl then a 28–27 will do you very good,as long as you continue improving.

## How fast should a 14 year old run 100m?

Short answer — No, 14.43 seconds is not a good time for 100m, that is what a non athlete late 12 year old should be aiming to get at 100m if they are male. For a female, at the age of 13 they should be aiming to achieve 13.2 on a professional level. If you are 14 and male, 11.6 seconds is a good time.

## Do 100m sprinters hold their breath?

In addition to listening for that starter’s pistol, Warren Doscher writes in “The Art of Sprinting,” sprinters must make sure their feet are properly set and that the balls of their feet, ankles, knees and hip joints are in alignment. Their head should be down. They should take a deep breath and hold it.

## How fast can a 13 year old run 100m?

13 year old Jevaughn Matherson breaks 100m record no sweat runs 10.85! @ Jamaica Champs 2013. Jevaughn Matherson ran 10.85s for the 100M at the 2013 annual Boys & Girls Championship in Jamaica effortless. He recently celebrated his 13th birthday couple months ago.