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Discussion: Long runs

in: riley mcfarlane ; riley mcfarlane > 2019-08-21

Aug 24, 2019 8:48 AM # 
For orienteering the aim of the long run is to be doing the same amount of time that takes for your longest orienteering course. I see at Easter your class was 50-55 mins for the first three placings so 10km run at an easy pace is probably all you need atm. Better to do long runs with others as you are supposed to be doing them easy enough that you can talk and the time seems to go by much quicker if you do this.

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