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How fast was I going to cover the given distance in the given amount of time?

Find the speed and pace you walk, run, bike, skate, or row when you know the distance and duration.

## Field Help

### Input Fields

**Title: **A title for these calculator results that will help you identify it if you have printed out several versions of the calculator.

**Distance: **Your distance, accurate to 2 decimal places, and its unit (miles, yards, kilometers, meters).

**Duration: **The duration or time, expressed in hours, minutes and seconds.

### Output Fields

**Speed: **Your speed, accurate to 2 decimal places. ‘Miles per Hour’ and ‘Kilometers per Hour’ are more useful units for longer distances. ‘Yards per Minute’ and ‘Meters per Minute’ are the most useful units for intermediate distances. And ‘Yards per Second’ and ‘Meters per Second’ are most useful for shorter distances.

**Pace: **Your pace in minutes and seconds (or just minutes accurate to 2 decimal places). Pace is the number of minutes and/or seconds is takes to walk, run, etc. a mile or kilometer. Pace is often expressed as ‘# minute mile’ or ‘# minute kilometer’.

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