With the many articles and write-ups about running and distances, it’s sometimes good to have a handy table of reference when converting distances from kilometres to miles or vice versa.
It’s easy to do in a spreadsheet (or you can copy from below). Distances shown are nominal, have been rounded up and not the exact race distance, especially for the longer races. It’s easy to memorise too.
I find it useful when reading run training/nutrition articles to have the distance in mind when working out plans and timing.
|Kids fun runs||1||0.621|
|Kids fun runs||1.61||1|
|Fun runs, mid distance||10||6.2|
|Long distance run||15||9.3|
A distance is just a number. Now go and set those running goals with a specific number!