I don’t know about a page that aggregates this, but I would just go to a large mass participation race and do the math there. A major city 10k/ half will have times available and participant numbers so it should give you a good sample of the general population.
TrainingPeaks introduced this recently, you can set time/ distance parameters for cycling power/ running pace and it will tell you where you lie on the distribution of their users. I would think that population skews towards the right side of the distribution of all athletes, but it still feels right and matches with where I typically finish in a race at that distance.
I think this one is different. This app actively look at race results all over!
Then it will show you potential matches based on your age and name.
You claim results from there. Its all from the “official” results.
Thanks for all the responses. I’m looking at all of the options given and will check them out carefully, then come back with some sort of summary or comments. But no matter what, thanks for taking the time to respond and help out!
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