The run averages to a pace of 3: 59. 58 per mile for the 1. 24mile race. Possible other claims James Parrott (1770) Some sources (including Olympic medalist Peter Radford) contend the first successful fourminute mile was run in London by James Parrott on 9 May 1770.
Apr 22, 2009 Ill focus specifically on the mile run, where data from the world record over time provides surprisingly compelling evidence that the fastest possible human mile time is extremely close to the current world record of 3 minutes 43 seconds.
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Up until he did it in 1954, most people thought the fourminute mark was impossible to break. They thought the human body couldnt physically go that fast that it would collapse under the pressure.
Noone could run a Sure if you put 3 others runners to run the remaining 3 laps, haha. But on a serious note the current world record for the mile is 3: 43. 13 and it's been around since 1999. I can't image someone running a mile in 3 minutes no time soon.
I mean that's an average running 45 secs per lap. You have 400m runners crossing the finish line with those times. Will Anyone Ever Run A 3 Minute Mile? Athletes are getting better and better, but is there a limit to human performance? If so, when will we reach it?