Enter the minutes and seconds for your Will Rogers 10K or 5K run, then hit "calculate" to display the estimated mile splits.
How does this work?
As you know, the Will Rogers 5K/10K is a "fast/slow" course because of the rolling hills. It is not really possible (nor reasonable) to try to run the race with even mile splits. David Kent supplied mile splits for his 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2014 Will Rogers 5K and 10K. Based on Dave's splits, you can enter your predicted finishing time, and see how your mile splits can vary. If you have your own splits (from the "new" course), let me know, and I can update the calculations. - Wayne Joness, webmaster