Our expert says:
It depends on your definition of 'good', because that's the most relative term around! For example, they have an Olympic walking title over 20km, and I can tell you that the winner usually does it in about 1:20, which is a pace of 4 minutes per kilometer or 15km/hr! Now that is good, even for a runner - most runners can only dream of that sort of pace!
So you see, good is very relative, and that affects the answer. But if you can walk at anything faster than 6km per hour, then that would be considered fast walking by anyone's standards, so yes, it's pretty decent. I guess the barrier is to crack 3 hours, but I'm sure you'll manage that soon enough! So of course you should congratulate yourself!
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