fastest mile

fastest mile

[¦fas·təst ′mīl]
(meteorology)
Over a specified period (usually the 24-hour observational day), the fastest speed, in miles per hour, of any mile of wind, with its accompanying direction.
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Strathendrick led BTWest League 2 and reached the final of theWest Regional Bowl while Andrew Butchart broke the Scottish Indoor 3000m record before running the fastest mile in the world this year.
This year, he is changing tack and will try to run the fastest mile in a full kit during the Festival of Running on Saturday, September 30.
Cram's records for fastest mile and 2,000m time, set in 1985, would also be reset.
Members of the British Imperial Military Band took 14 minutes 26 seconds to complete multiple laps of a measured circuit around the pool deck of MSC Splendida to set the record for the fastest mile by a marching band.
A MIDLAND student has bounced into the record books for the third time this year by recording the fastest mile on a pogo stick.
He has broken a Guinness record on every continent, including hula hooping for the fastest mile at Ayers Rock in the Australian bush and completing the fastest mile on a pogo stick in Antarctica.
7 The record for the fastest mile run by a GB athlete has stood for 29 years.
nclude reat ord for an hour man dson, Perhaps the best is Ashrita Furman who has the record for the most records (148 besides that one), including the fastest mile on a space hopper along the Great Wall of China.
The home screen always shows you the total distance covered in your runs, as well as the number of runs, and your average speed, as well as the fastest mile covered by you, so you know exactly where you stand before you start running.
The Yorkshire Bank Sports Ambassador also said that with his knees now 'playing up', his fastest mile would be around five and a half minutes.
91secs which was his fastest mile time since his breakthrough in the same meeting two years ago.
Murray produced one of the 50 fastest mile times in the country (4 minutes, 17.