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Training Log Archive: MW

In the 7 days ending Nov 25, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running7 5:20:18 32.34(9:54) 52.05(6:09) 543
  Total7 5:20:18 32.34(9:54) 52.05(6:09) 543

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Saturday Nov 25, 2017 #

5 PM

running 1:03:32 [3] 10.01 km (6:21 / km) +64m 6:09 / km
ahr:149 max:168

This was a real slog. Didn't sleep well last night, still thinking about work, and I really felt it in this run. I changed my loop slightly in Callan Park, to check out a couple of possible control locations for the January event I'm course setting.

Friday Nov 24, 2017 #

7 PM

running 45:17 [3] 7.41 km (6:06 / km) +84m 5:47 / km
ahr:154 max:170

Still too busy for a lunch time run. But there was enough light after Elodie's bathtime to get past the darkest bits along the river toward Iron Cove Bridge, and then up the hill to Darling Street, and back. Still, it was dark enough that I clipped a step near Balmain Cove, and fell over. No injuries, happily.

Thursday Nov 23, 2017 #

11 PM

running 40:08 [3] 6.55 km (6:07 / km) +94m 5:43 / km
ahr:145 max:160

Another midnight run, along Darling Street and into Callan Park, where it was just me and the fruit bats.

The forecasts are almost wrapped up; meeting with the Secretary tomorrow to sign off on the numbers.

Wednesday Nov 22, 2017 #

11 PM

running 39:02 [3] 6.3 km (6:12 / km) +84m 5:48 / km
ahr:146 max:171

Crunch time for the half-year forecasts. Working late last night, in to work early this morning, no time for a lunch run, my turn to put Elodie to bed when I got home. Ended up running just before midnight. As always, happy to have done it, now that it's done.

Tuesday Nov 21, 2017 #

12 PM

running 36:54 [3] 6.23 km (5:55 / km) +92m 5:31 / km
ahr:165 max:187

Lunch time run, during a day of conducting interviews.

Monday Nov 20, 2017 #

1 PM

running 32:29 [3] 5.52 km (5:53 / km) +79m 5:30 / km
ahr:153 max:170

Lunch time run. My legs were feeling pretty tired, so I had a bit of a rest.

On the way to work I saw the 3D model of Sydney at Customs House has strangely been invaded by a school of monster goldfish, moving in from the harbour and continuing towards Central. I had no idea what this portends. Thought perhaps the Apocalypse, but maybe it's just the overthrow of rational economic thought in NSW.

Sunday Nov 19, 2017 #

5 PM

running 1:02:56 [3] 10.03 km (6:17 / km) +46m 6:08 / km
ahr:149 max:176

A plod in the rain. At least there were no dogs out walking. The water polo at Dawn Fraser pool and soccer training on Birchgrove Oval were not deterred, but the tennis players all packed up and went home.

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