The other day I was watching my 8 year old grand-daughter run on the playground. She was running like a girl - like Jackie Joiner-Kersey to be precise. It appeared that her form was perfect - that every move she made was focused on moving forward with maximum effect and minimum effort and with almost incredible grace (says the proud grandpa).
So, in a novel I'm working on I decided to have one of my adult female characters do the same - but she lives in an environment with lunar (1/6 G) gravity and a full atmosphere. (How that is true is a different matter - don't go there.) My woman is athletic and has great endurance, so she's going to "bound" that is run in a manner that means she leaves the ground for significant distances, but in a manner that means she can keep this up for many kilometers (with occasional walking rest periods).
How far will each bound take her and what will her effective speed be? (She's not racing - she's just covering ground quickly and easily. I plugged in seven meters per "step" but that was just a guess.)