What is a good 800 time for a woman?
800-meter Run Test
|below average||3’31” – 3’45”|
|average||3’16” – 3’30”|
|above average||3’01” – 3’15”|
|good||2’46” – 3′|
What is the average time to run 800 meters for a 13 year old?
An average time should be around 1:50. For the 800, a 3:00 should make you the fastest girl in your grade, while a 2:45 should make you state level. An average time would be 5:00.
Who is the female British world record holder for 800m?
What is a good 800m time for a 15 year old?
On varsity to even make the roster you need a time of around 2:10–2:15 for males and 2:30–2:40 for females. To win consistently you need a time of around 2:00–2:05 for males and 2:20–2:25 for females.
How do I train for a sub 2 minute 800m?
Breaking 2 minutes – What you need to know
- you need to run at speeds FASTER than 60 sec/400m to break 2 minutes for 800m. So try 6 x 200m at 25-28 sec with a 200m walk.
- you need to run at speeds the SAME RACE PACE as 60 sec/400m.
- you need to run at speeds SLOWER than 60 sec/400m.
What is a good 800 meter time for a high school girl?
A 2:25 is excellent at the level I run at for girls. At least under 3 min. For a 800M that’s pretty good time and you can look it up on USA track/clubs online they have time standards. Also strive for state times as well.
What is a good 800 meter time for a middle school girl?
An average time should be around 1:50. For the 800, a 3:00 should make you the fastest girl in your grade, while a 2:45 should make you state level. An average time would be 5:00. Hope this helped.
Who are the fastest woman in the UK?
She is the fastest British woman in recorded history and has been listed in the Powerlist as one of the UK’s most influential people of African/African Caribbean descent, most recently in the 2021 edition….Dina Asher-Smith.
|Alma mater||King’s College London|
|Height||1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Weight||58 kg (128 lb)|
Is Kelly Holmes knighted?
For her achievements she won numerous awards and was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in 2005. She retired from athletics in 2005 and has since been made an honorary Colonel with the Royal Armoured Corps Training Centre.