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Training Log Archive: TomN

In the 7 days ending Jan 20:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Rock Climbing2 3:00:00
  Trail Running1 51:13 5.2(9:51) 8.37(6:07)
  Road running1 36:30 4.0(9:08) 6.44(5:40)
  Orienteering1 34:17 2.36(14:31) 3.8(9:01) 100
  Total4 5:02:00 11.56 18.61 100

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Saturday Jan 20 #

Road running 36:30 [3] 4.0 mi (9:08 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Noontime run, low 50s.

Friday Jan 19 #

Trail Running 51:13 [3] 5.2 mi (9:51 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Perimeter Trail at Greenbelt Park. No running in the last 4 days, because the promise of warm weather made it too hard to go out with temperatures in the teens. Today, full sun and low 40s around noon. The snow was mostly gone from the trail but it wasn't muddy because the ground is still frozen.

Rock Climbing (Gym) 1:00:00 [3]

At Columbia with Addie. 9-10a-10b-10c-10a. Lost it a few feet from the top on the 10c. Addie made it look easy. Next time.

Monday Jan 15 #

Rock Climbing (Gym) 2:00:00 [3]

With Addie and Rob. 10b with no drama today. Then a bunch of easier training.

Sunday Jan 14 #

Orienteering race 34:17 [5] 3.8 km (9:01 / km) +100m 7:58 / km
shoes: IceBug Olx 4

GNC Day 3 Classic, Brown course. I took the trail right out of the start nearly all the way to #1. I was near panic on #2 when I came to where it was supposed to be and couldn't find it. I could see the big river system but couldn't see the ditch with the control in it. It was partially hidden by foliage, and when I came at it from the other side I finally saw it, maybe 2 minutes lost.

After that the course was total fun -- fast, fine conditions, open woods with helpful features, and I ran about as well as I can while staying in control. Tempted by the road on a couple of legs near the end but the woods won out. On the run to the "go" control (same as yesterday's) I lost the trail, went too low and lost some time coming back uphill.

Just a minute and a half in front of Steve T. for first place in M65, capping a nice weekend of good competition. Florence took first on F-Brown, and Addie was unfortunately pushed out of a medal, just getting back into running after a foot injury.

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