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I am having to do coursework for my GCSE Statistics exam and investigating whether there is any connection between leg length and the time taken to run various distances.
I would appreciate your help in filling in this form.
All data will be kept anonymous.

What is your gender? Male Female

How old are you in years? 0-20 21-40 41-60 60+

On average for how many hours do you run per week?
0-1 2-3 4-5 6+

How tall are you (in cm)?

What is your outside leg length (in cm)?
(Measured from top of hipbone to bottom of foot)

What are your PBs (personal bests) for the following distances?
(In minutes/seconds, please state which distance if two are given)
If you do not know your PB for any of the distances, please skip the question.

5 miles or 10 kilometres?

3 miles or 5 kilometres?

1 mile or 1 kilometre?

½ mile or 800 metres?

Thank you for taking your time to fill out this questionnaire.
Either email me, PM me or reply to this thread with the answers thanks.

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Hi Rob


41-60 yrs

4-5 hrs

173cm Tall

100cm o/l

50:03 10km PB

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Height 5' 7"

which I converted to 169cm on the internet not very good at measuring myself.

Leg 103cm

3 - 4 hours running

No pb's

hope this helps :)
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