Can you help me with a math problem? How many laps around a building would be a mile?

Question by me: Can you help me with a math problem? How many laps around a building would be a mile?
I live near a big church and I go for walks in the evenings around it.
I walk at a regular pace not too slow and not too fast.

I timed myself and I’m guessing I walk at 2mph.
It takes 22 minutes to walk around the church.

I wanted to know from that information if you can tell me how many laps running, instead of walking, would be 1 mile.
Do you need anymore info?

I appreciate your time.
Thank you.

Best answer:

Answer by Joe D
Each lap is .733 of one mile, so 1.36 laps would be one mile.

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