Yeah, for a first 10km that's pretty good, especially considering in a real race you might well be quicker still.If you really get the bug, why not look at training schedules and/or joining a running club? You might well be fit already, but you'll reap rewards from focused running training.
Yes, its a good time if you aint doing much running. If you do more I would imagine you could get a lot better given your age etc and your current time without much running practice.
That said my friend is a professional footballer (34 Years Old ) and he does 10k's in 38 minutes just as a point of reference. In footballing terms he is not regarded as a very quick player but that I guess this is due to his acceleration over shorter distances.
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