In olympic swims I need to average around a 1:25/100 to place in the same area. There's a huge range of swimming speeds represented in that event. This is the time that shows up in the 100 column of the Cruise Chart. And if you can finish running 13.1 miles at 10:30 minutes per mile you will complete the run leg in 2 hours and 17 minutes. I was 2nd ag out of the water and around 15 overall. You my friend are anything but an average triathlete. Other types of swimming pools are 25 or 50 meters long. and still finish at the top of their AG. I was part of a free relay that went faster that what you are saying your team averaged but it may not have been a high school record you are talking about. Swam through High School and was part of a state record holding relay team, all 4 of us were swimming 25-27sec 50 yard times. My last HIM swim was a 1:43/100m which was 10th out of 32 in my age group and 76th out of 441 overall. Because pace is usually listed as pace per 100 yards, and these are 100 yard repeats, the pace and the time are identical for each repeat. You want to get a real gauge of what people in the tri community can do, look at the average times for your local oly. Doing the math a 25sec 50yd for 4 guys is a 1:40 200yd relay so you are right...so maybe we were fast than that...I remember the 200 yd time being near 1:30 from what I remember. Depending on a swimmer’s fitness and body makeup the final goal time should be somewhere between 1:13.0 to 1:15.5. That was when I was swimming 6 days a week, practice 5 and meet on 6th. I was in HS in the 90's ... mostly swam club. I can, however, beat the vast majority of those swimmers to the finish line. It may not be fast, but seeing this improvements is keeping me focus on keep working on my swim, so hopefully one day I can swim under 1:25 and be FOP exiting the water. This is a great goal and achieveable for most age groups. You can see that his pace remained in a tight band of 1:28 – 1:32 seconds/100 yds for 1000 yards. Thats fast to me. Here are some TTs I use with my athletes based on their race distance: After 3 non-sequential days of swimming, I timed a 100 yard freestyle swim (in a 25 yard pool) at 1:41. It must be an honest effort by the swimmer to cover as much distance as possible using an even pace. The median swimmer was around 3,840 yards or 2.18 miles in one hour. This number isn't necessarily "decent" -- it's for a single swim that required years of meticulous training by a professional athlete. Joe Swimmer, above, went 1200 yards in 20:24 resulting in a 1:42/100 CP). I swim 3-4 times a week with time for only about 2500 yards per workout and include CF during those workouts. 1:12 per hundred. My best time in masters swimming was last year, at the age of 46, and I went 46.63. To switch the unit simply find the one you want on the page and click it. You can see that his pace remained in a tight band of 1:28 – 1:32 seconds/100 yds for 1000 yards. odpaul7 - 2013-04-30 3:34 PM maybe he meant meters? The 50-meter pool is considered an Olympic-sized pool. Ello, honestly speaking, swimming 1000m is not easy, at least not for the general populace. Swimmers are at their fastest coming off the wall. My pace during a recent hour long Masters Postal swim was 1:37 per 100 yards, or 1:47/100 meters. I was doing a leisure pace, I was doing a sprint. For example, a swimmer swam a T30 and averaged one minute five seconds per 100 yards. 1.5-2min per 100 yard - you probably one have or two flaws in your technique. or HIM and find the mean times for the swimming accross the age groups.  Hmmmmmm, would you look at that!!! It's hard to say what average is because it is so affected by age and endurance. shocker!! The question was what is a fast/ave 100yd swim? badnews - 2008-02-09 12:21 AM Not to beat a dead horse but I never swam college. Big Dave Osbourne is in his 50's and can do a sub 58 40k TT, so then every average athlete should aspire to that. The average swimming speed for the 1650 for 25- to 29-year-old women ranges from 20:44.49 to 27:39.29. I looked on the state high school league website and unfortunately the latest results they show are for the year after I graduated but the 200yd free relay champion that year was from my high school at 1:30:56 which is about a 22.5 50. And please tell me??? Allow 2 to 4 additional strokes per length for higher speeds. I must be slow as hell then. You can also go to the universal conversion page. It is the very rare traithlete who can complete an Ironman distance swim in under 55min. The average person burns 430-575 calories per hour swimming leisurely. For men 55-59 the top swimmer swam 5,395 yards and the 186th swimmer did 1,550 yards. 2: Enter the value you want to convert (seconds per 100 yards). This chart provides paces between 1:00 and 3:00 per 100 yards or meters -- and it goes up to an hour swim -- but whatever your pace, the chart provides a good foundation for calculating your pace. I usually seed with a 1:20/100 pool swim of 400-600 yds and will be one of the first 5 off and many time the first swimmer in the water based on seeded times. That's why swimming has different standards for 25-meter pools and 50-meter pools. A 150-pound (68kg) person swimming recreational backstroke will burn 344 calories per hour. Tuna can hit 62 mph. RE: What is considered a fast/avg 100 yard swim? In most every tri for the last couple of years, I've been between the top 8th and 20th percentile of all swimmers. I covered this distance: miles km: in this time: 0 1. ?  What the "f" does a top Masters swimmer have to do with triathlon's??? I did a HIM 2 weekends ago and swam a 32 including the run up to transition. I would love to be able to swim IM races at a sub 1:20M/100 pace, but I never will. In swimming, your aerobic swim pace will be a result of your average 50 yard or meter freestyle pace or your 100 yard or meter freestyle pace over a given distance. What the "f" does a top Masters swimmer have to do with triathlon's??? Step 4: Walk the course multiple times to figure your average pace. My pace during a recent hour long Masters Postal swim was 1:37 per 100 yards, or 1:47/100 meters. Short person, tall person, speed, pace, it's endless and not easy to test the average. Beginner Triathlete Mentor Program - FULL, Classifieds - New and Used Triathlon Gear. Across all Age Groups the ladies need to swim a 1.41/100m average to break into the top 10% while the guys need to hold 1.35/100m (this is skewed slightly by the 55-59 & 60-64 AG’s. A good open turn is only a couple tenths of a second slower than a flip turn, and the opportunity to grab a breath isn't significantly different than a breath while swimming front crawl. one can say that it takes 300 paces to walk 100 yards becasue every pace he takes is 1 foot long and 3 feet make a yard steps. This calculator will convert these values into pace for 50/100 and 200 meters or yards. There are lots of different swims mentioned on this subreddit and swimming sites, usually either pyramids (50, 100, 150, 200, 150, 100, 50) or blocks (5x100s) with short rests (10-15 seconds) between intervals and 30 second breaks between sets. After warmup, start your watch and swim 1000 yards as fast as you can at an even pace. this only counts over 500 or 1,000+ yards. So I'm pretty fast for a tri swimmer. badnews - 2008-02-07 3:49 PM For triathletes I recommend 6:00 minutes for a 500 yrd swim in a pool. For a 25-yard pool: High Efficiency SPL = 12 x (L-P)/A. i'm not talking about swimming 25 or 50 yards and then extrapolating. Our 15-17 4x100 Free averaged 51-52 SCM and we were 2nd all time in Canada. I'll tell you what it isn't - my 100 yard swim. It is interesting that average pace of a 70.3 swim is slower than that of an Ironman. I can make 17 minutes with ease, i need to go really hard to reach 15 minutes. The relay team I was on in 1998 was definitely faster than the 2001 team but I can't find our final times. I'm an average triathlete, I run an 18 minute 5k, so you should be able to do that. It was my focus on cycling 2 offseasons ago and running last off season where I finally saw big overall improvements in my overall times. We've got 10-12 year old boys in my area that swim way faster than that. I grew up swimming, started competative when I was 4 yrs old. In olympic swims I need to average around a 1:25/100 to place in the same area. rest chart, he or she would need to average about one minute three seconds during an EN2 set of 24 x 100 per yards. And the given distance will be determined by the particular triathlon for which you will be training. One thing about speed is there is always someone faster. In the first sentence you stated that triathletes should focus solely on swimming for 4-6 weeks. Then click the Convert Me button. This equates much more to a sensation than to a particular time on the pace clock. Reducing the drag They use their trunks as snorkels. I have the most respect for triathletes who are balanced in all 3 sports. If a 70 year old beats me out of the watwer, I can assure you he will not beat me in the race and that's all that matters. I probably have the most natural ability as a swimmer. The Swim Pace calculator allows you to enter in the swim distance (meters, yards, kilometers or miles), and the swim time - it will then compute your pace /100m, /100yds as well as an average swim speed in km/hr or miles/hr (MPH). My swim speeds havent changed much in the last couple of years. For those same examples above, the 50-54 men’s 100-yard freestyle motivational times range from 52.69 to 1:10.29. Not trying to bash the guy just trying to understand. 1-1.5min/100 yard - your stroke is the shizzle <1min/100 yard - start practicing your poses for the podium. Various comments followed in the order. I can't agree with you more about your post, this thread has gotten way out of control. If we remove those two groups the men’s Average drops to 1.32/100m). Most wearables will give you two numbers for pace: your average pace … I covered this distance: miles km: in this time: Add your count and time for each 50 to get your score for that "hole". 25 seconds would be decent for a competitive 14–15 year old, but not for a competitive 20 year old. or HIM and find the mean times for the swimming accross the age groups. For example, an advanced swimmer could swim either 16 laps (8×50’s) absolutely maxed out, as fast as possible in about 30-40 minutes or they could probably dish out over 100 laps in the pool just by swimming up and down at a decent pace. As I got lazy in my swimming thinking about anything but my stroke, I found my time never got any better ranging from 33:40 – 34:15. Five seconds of rest should be enough for … Some good guidelines would be about 60 to 80 laps or about 1500m for beginners, 80 to 100 laps for intermediate swimmers, and roughly 120 laps or more for advanced swimmers. Swimmers on average swim at speed of 2 minutes per 100 meters. A 150-pound (68kg) person swimming recreational backstroke will burn 344 calories per hour. 25-meter times are faster, because the swimmer gets two additional push-offs per 100 yards. I was away for the weekend and was glad the debate continued in my absence. each lane) ^^ for 100 yards. ?  You want to get a real gauge of what people in the tri community can do, look at the average times for your local oly. RE: What is considered a fast/avg 100 yard swim? 40 minutes, or swim a timed 3,000 and calculate the average pace per 100 meters or yards. I could maintain this speed all day without tiring. I was only offering what I think is a reasonable goal for most triathletes in their 20's and 30's. That's why swimming has different standards for 25-meter pools and 50-meter pools. A swimmer with a good flip turn is probably a second or two faster than a swimmer with an average open turn. e.g. The 100M Fly was 1:05. That is 357 seconds for 1/3 of a mile. The number of calories you burn swimming will depend on your weight and the distance and speed you swim. But relative to competitive swimmers or elite tri competitors, its very slow. LOL. Sprint times in pools tend to be whoever starts first finishes with the fastest time because passing is so hard. For example, your pace can be 10 minutes per mile, or 10 minutes per kilometer, or 20 seconds per 100 meters, so pace describes how long it takes you to cover a given distance unit. I agree with Bryan. Here are the Nat AG HS Records as they stand today...A few of these set this year including the 500 free time. They can swim at 9 mph for an indefinite time. My best time in college for the 100-yard freestyle was 44.95. The average middle guy swims at 2.02/100m for an Ironman and at 2.06/100m for a 70.3. O.P. In through the nose and out through the mouth. What is considered a fast/avg 100 yard swim? Whether you’re faster or slower then this we know you want to get better with every training and every minute spent in the pool. More warmup timeis fine and many swimmers won’t feel prepared for a time trial until they’ve put in 2000 or more yards (20 or more minutes of swimming). 2. And I also know some of the top cyclists in our area. Hmmmmmm, would you look at that!!!! Because American college swimming is conducted in yards and clients prefer yard to meter times in the recruiting process, swimcloud.com maintains separate base times for short and long course meters. Repeat interval training is a great way to work toward swimming at a faster pace, which could ultimately benefit your level of fitness. Just putting things in perspective and remembering that speed is all relative. 2: Enter the value you want to convert (seconds per 100 yards). Sea turtles can swim at 20 miles per hour. I suggest you use time trials throughout your training to help predict your race pace. Take your total time and divide it by 10 to get your average pace per 100 yards (or meters). These base times are 1-1.5% faster than their SCY equivalents. Your SPL for a 400 will be higher than for a 100. I'm an average triathlete, I run an 18 minute 5k, so you should be able to do that.  And I can ride close to 24 mph average for a 56 mile half ironman TT, so everyone else must be able to ....... Rick........Take a deep breath. SWOLF is an abbreviation for “Swim Golf”, and is a score obtained by adding together your strokes per length, and the time for the length. Another term might be Easy Speed. This pace calculator determines your pace per mile, yard, meter, kilometer, or per various multiples thereof, based on your total time and distance for any race type activity, be it running, swimming, cycling, or anything else. Also, the extra oxygen you get in an open turn can help you through the length you are about to swim. Convert Distances. Hopefully, this gives a frame of reference for deciding what to shoot for pace wise. It was South Carolina. If you’re not sure if you’re ready for a 1000 yard time trial, just try it and see how it goes. Based on the EN2-10 sec. That is RIDICULOUSLY fast and would equal an ironman swim of 2.4 miles in less than 44 minutes. We did race against one kid though who qualified for the olympic trials...it sucked to race against him...we all raced for 2nd when we were in his heat... You completely contradicted yourself here. In most every tri for the last couple of years, I've been between the top 8th and 20th percentile of all swimmers. My times now for triathlons go as this...Pool swim I average 1:25-1:30/100m, open water I average 1:40-1:45/100m. There are lots of different swims mentioned on this subreddit and swimming sites, usually either pyramids (50, 100, 150, 200, 150, 100, 50) or blocks (5x100s) with short rests (10-15 seconds) between intervals and 30 second breaks between sets. A Critical Swim Speed test is a simple way to measure your swim fitness. I found this on a page for the Jefferson Triathalon. The number of calories you burn swimming will depend on your weight and the distance and speed you swim. So if you swim 1,000m in 21 minutes and 58 seconds, your pace would be 2:12 per 100m (which is 2.7km/h, or 1.7mph). So if my course was 200 feet and I counted 40 paces then that equals a 5 foot pace. Take your total time and divide it by 10 to get your average pace per 100 yards (or meters). 1. Honestly, trying to argue that because the top swimmers in the national Masters rankings (very sport specific people mind you) have times that the average RECREATIONAL triathlete can compete with is just assinine. The average running speed per mile in a 5K (5-kilometer or 3.1-mile race) is below. To calculate the average mile swim time, I pulled up the results from a swim meet that I found online and with the help of some math and a bit of data analyzation, I was able to determine an exact average time it took 425 swimmers from a wide range of age groups (13-50) and experience levels to swim a mile. From my experience in swimming, I have found that most swimmers will probably be able to hold 1 minute 45 seconds for a 100m breaststroke quite easily in practice if they were just swimming at a moderate pace. I will throw my hate in the ring....I might be a little different though, at least that is what my mom says that I am just special/different.

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