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Training Log Archive: Duncan

In the 7 days ending May 19:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycle2 3:10:22 36.67(5:11) 59.02(3:14) 376
  Orienteering1 2:04:27 6.34(19:38) 10.2(12:12) 441
  Cyclocross1 34:19 5.83(5:53) 9.38(3:40) 171
  Running2 27:38 1.78(15:30) 2.87(9:38) 48
  Commute1 10:58 2.0(5:28) 3.22(3:24) 92
  Total4 6:27:44 52.62(7:22) 84.69(4:35) 1128

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Sunday May 19 #

10 AM

Cycle (Three rivers explore) 2:11:52 [3] 34.79 km (3:47 / km) +339m 3:37 / km
ahr:100 max:145

Up the Mersey, a little bit of Tame before swinging round to the Goyt. From Stockport to Denton it was about 16k with only about 500m shared with cars, lovely. A bit rocky down from Denton to Reddish Vale. Good loop on bike or foot.
7 PM

Cycle 58:30 [3] 24.23 km (2:25 / km) +37m 2:24 / km
ahr:120 max:152

Down the Mersey along the river path, back through Cholton/Didsbury. Good to get back on the bike.

Saturday May 18 #

6 AM

Running (Knee-tester) 5:00 [3] 0.96 km (5:13 / km)
ahr:113 max:126

Seems okay
9 AM

Commute (Coniston to orienteering) 10:58 [3] 3.22 km (3:24 / km) +92m 2:58 / km
ahr:142 max:153

to avoid getting the van stuck in the car-park

Running warm up/down 22:38 [3] 1.91 km (11:51 / km) +48m 10:32 / km
ahr:93 max:128

Forgot which need was the bad knee but think I triggered it (it being the right it turned-out) doing strech at pre-start.

Orienteering (Holme Fell) 2:04:27 [3] 10.2 km (12:12 / km) +441m 10:02 / km
ahr:121 max:156

Was a tit and did not have the best shoes and very predictably twisted my ankle on the way to 2, plus I could feel the knee so and resigned to walking from around 5. Epic area, actually even better than I remembered and it was my favourite area beforehand. Knocked my ankle a few more times as I went round.

Cyclocross (Long gravelly way back) 34:19 [3] 9.38 km (3:40 / km) +171m 3:21 / km
ahr:128 max:150

The route to the start looked lush for biking (apart from the gates) so headed north out the field and looped back through the quarries.

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