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Training Log: Bruce

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running6 5:04:57 36.34(8:23) 58.48(5:13) 366
  Cycling2 1:03:33 16.24(3:55) 26.13(2:26) 37
  Orienteering1 1:02:04 5.47(11:21) 8.8(7:03) 183
  Total9 7:10:34 58.05(7:25) 93.42(4:37) 586
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Saturday Jul 11 #

9 AM

Running 1:05:28 intensity: (57 @1) + (21:24 @2) + (22:35 @3) + (20:30 @4) + (2 @5) 14.15 km (4:38 / km) +55m 4:32 / km
ahr:133 max:160

Friday Jul 10 #

9 AM

Running 1:11:21 intensity: (1:50 @1) + (25:02 @2) + (43:59 @3) + (30 @4) 14.02 km (5:05 / km) +138m 4:51 / km
ahr:125 max:146

5 PM

Running 29:15 intensity: (18 @1) + (9:17 @2) + (18:27 @3) + (1:13 @4) 5.93 km (4:56 / km) +20m 4:51 / km
ahr:127 max:147

Thursday Jul 9 #

1 PM

Running 9:01 intensity: (7 @0) + (2:53 @1) + (5:51 @2) + (10 @3) 1.64 km (5:30 / km) +11m 5:20 / km
ahr:108 max:136

4 PM

Cycling 59:16 intensity: (7:24 @1) + (38:46 @2) + (11:06 @3) + (2:00 @4) 25.03 km (2:22 / km) +34m 2:21 / km
ahr:117 max:157

Wednesday Jul 8 #

3 PM

Orienteering 1:02:04 intensity: (1:22 @2) + (19:12 @3) + (41:24 @4) + (6 @5) ***** 8.8 km (7:03 / km) +183m 6:23 / km
ahr:144 max:161

The Last Dance - Kooyoora in the fog!



When you are feeling down, finish work early and have 12 hours until 6 weeks of lock-down, what do you do? Why not jump in the car and go for a run at my favourite orienteering map. There were plenty of people on the roads, and a few campers at Melville Caves, but I never got closer than 50m from anyone else, so I did my social distancing part.

A quick stop at Officeworks to print the map that Aston, Patrick, Fredo and Brodie used a couple of weeks ago.

I only had limited time, but enough to fit in a 60 minute run which made it worthwhile.

It was a sunny day in Melbourne, but as I travelled north of Bendigo there was thick fog blanketing the sky. The temperature dropped to 6 degrees and as I drove to the top of Melville Caves visibility also reduced to 20m.

A great challenge to navigate a very technical course in the fog. Something I had not experienced at Kooyoora since the 1990 Queen's Birthday weekend. I recall the fog cleared on the day, but today it was getting worse at 4pm as the temperature cooled further!

I managed to spike all the controls and had a great time. I hadn't visited the forest west of Crystal Mine since about 2007. It was super technical, but still run-able with plenty of bare rock features. This is still one of the best orienteering areas in Australia - especially using this part of the forest that avoids the medium green and steep climbs.

Hopefully that orienteering fix can stay with me for the next 6 weeks.
6 PM

Cycling 4:17 intensity: (16 @0) + (4:01 @1) 1.1 km (3:53 / km) +3m 3:50 / km
ahr:86 max:94

Tuesday Jul 7 #

12 PM

Running 1:05:43 intensity: (22 @0) + (8:00 @1) + (27:35 @2) + (27:38 @3) + (2:08 @4) 12.63 km (5:12 / km) +15m 5:10 / km
ahr:120 max:159

Monday Jul 6 #

4 PM

Running 1:04:09 intensity: (6:05 @0) + (8:26 @1) + (34:37 @2) + (14:12 @3) + (49 @4) 10.12 km (6:20 / km) +127m 5:58 / km
ahr:109 max:152

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