Printable Running Pace Calculator
A running pace calculator is a great tool to help you evenly pace yourself on your next race. Do you have a certain finishing time in mind for your next race? This race calculator will quickly compute your custom pace splits for each mile or kilometer. You can also use this pace calculator to create your own printable custom pace wristband to wear during the race and it's completely free to use!
It's easy -- just follow these steps:
- Select your distance to run. The distances are listed in miles but also include the equivalent distance in kilometers. The most popular race distances are also included.
- Enter your desired finishing time. You can use hours, minutes and/or seconds.
- Select either miles or kilometers for your time splits.
- Click on "Calculate" to display your splits in miles or kilometers.
- Click on "Make a Wristband" to create a printable pace wristband as shown below. A new window will open displaying your printable custom-made wristband. Right-click on the window and then click on Print.
If you have any comments, suggestions or questions concerning this running pace calculator, please add them below or contact me using the link in the footer.
Best of luck in your next race!
Sample Running Pace Calculator
Running Pace Calculator
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