What are target times by age for running a mile?

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There are several charts that list how fast running the mile should take. The chart list the target time, pace, and pace per mile. A 21 year old man should be able to run the mile in 6 minutes and 12 seconds. A 40 year old man's time moves to 6 minutes and 32 seconds. For a female aged 21 should be able to run the mile in 6 minutes and 59 seconds and at age 40 she should be able to run it in 7 minutes and 22 seconds.
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