is 23-24 minutes a good time for a female, how many weeks will it take to get down to 21-22 minutes
"The cheetah runs in short bursts covering distances up to 500 m.
Running at very high speeds puts a great deal of strain on the cheetah's body. When sprinting, the cheetah's body temperature quickly elevates. If it is a hard chase, it sometimes needs to rest for half an hour or more."
...so td43 would actually probably win.
Tried looking in results? Heard of something called training?
as encouraging as ever Ric, not sure I've ever seen you encourage or congratulate anyone. Withering insults or random anecdotes seem to be your thing!
You've no idea that the OP isn't actually 75 years old and actually the best in the world!
I'm sure a horse could run 5k quicker than you Dash..........not sure about endurance animals....
if you had to carry your own water over the deseet.i would bet ion the camel not you......
td 43.depends on age and training.....if you have just started and can run that speed then you could get down to 21-22 mins.....the time would depend on how much you did before this race.................so many variables.......
just use this as your starting time and start training and see where you get in 3 months and then reassess
Sled dogs, Dash. The annual Iditarod is just over 1000 miles, covered in 9-15 days. (Record just under 9 days.)
I think the closest human equivalent of the 1000 was done in just under 11 days - the dogs take it by two days.
Same question from the OP on events now.
African or European?
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