To run a mile in five minutes flat, one would have to travel at a constant speed of at least 12 miles per hour. That’s the equivalent of running 44 consecutive 40-yard dashes, each in 6.8 seconds or less. In other words, most people would need to flat out sprint for the entire mile to even broach the five-minute mark. But for East Jackson freshman Sue Anne Moralis, a five-minute mile isn’t fast enough.
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