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Training Log Archive: MW

In the 7 days ending Apr 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running4 2:23:57 15.3(9:24) 24.63(5:51) 352
  orienteering1 1:01:51 4.49(13:46) 7.23(8:33) 49
  Total4 3:25:48 19.79(10:24) 31.86(6:28) 400

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Friday Apr 12 #

1 PM

running 48:41 [3] 8.6 km (5:40 / km) +148m 5:13 / km
ahr:154 max:180

Didn't get enough sleep last night. I ended up sleeping in Elodie's bed.

I had been planning on a hill session today, but I didn't really feel up to it.


Thursday Apr 11 #

9 PM

running 29:23 [3] 5.01 km (5:52 / km) +29m 5:42 / km
ahr:150 max:168

I've been busy with modelling of negative gearing and capital gains tax, and their effects on transfer duty. It's complex, and it meant I skipped my lunch run for three days in a row.

This was a night trot up Darling Street. It felt fine to begin with, and then I faded greatly at about 3k. Blah. I am slower than I was a year ago, presumably training for the World Champs provided more motivation.

I'm a bit disappointed that Sunday's run didn't make it into the Pink rankings. I don't know why. I guess I shouldn't feel that way, since (a) it doesn't matter; and (b) I cheated by going back to re-start again after messing up number 1.

Monday Apr 8 #

1 PM

running 58:40 [3] 10.01 km (5:52 / km) +172m 5:24 / km
ahr:155 max:173

Gentle roll around the Botanic Gardens.

Sunday Apr 7 #

11 AM

running 7:13 [3] 1.01 km (7:08 / km) +3m 7:02 / km
ahr:126 max:146

orienteering 13:57 [3] 1.17 km (11:54 / km)
ahr:130 max:159

First abortive attempt at the first control.

The map was dodgy, and I spent ages searching. There was a large unmapped termite mound, just to make things even more challenging. I finally bailed to another attackpoint, from which it was obvious.

I was so disgusted I decided to start again.

orienteering 47:54 [3] 6.05 km (7:55 / km) +49m 7:36 / km
ahr:156 max:182

Soapy Flat Mittagong.

This time was a bit smoother.

I had a stone in my shoe on the way to #7, which slowed me down a bit.

I got off course on the way to #10. I was standing at a track junction but with so many tracks unmapped I wasn’t sure if this was the right one. I eventually figured it out.

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