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Training Log Archive: Billenicus

In the 7 days ending Nov 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 1:44:55 13.05(8:02) 21.0(5:00)
  Cricket1 1:07:00
  Cycling1 57:30 15.73(3:39) 25.31(2:16)
  Orienteering1 26:46 1.86(14:22) 3.0(8:55)
  Total5 4:16:11 30.64 49.31

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Sunday Nov 21 #

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Golf at RW with Alan & Mark. 97 (33 points). Fairly unspectacular. 3 bunker visits cost about 7 shots.

Saturday Nov 20 #

Cricket 1:07:00 [1]

One-dayes v Collegians at Macallister. Not too memorable. Just 1 run opening.

Friday Nov 19 #

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Back sore overnight so gave up on today's 2 options, cycling and mowing, and went for a bit of a walk instead.

Thursday Nov 18 #

Running 1:02:20 [3] 13.0 km (4:48 / km)
shoes: Nike Pegasus 35

Harriers - Fergusson Dr. - Maidstone - down Wallaceville Hill - randomish route back.
Variable speed. Mostly quite gentle for the first half. Not so gentle for most of the second half. Generally feeling good but tweaked my back somehow doing the steep climb up through Maidstone.

Wednesday Nov 17 #

Orienteering race 26:46 [3] 3.0 km (8:55 / km)
shoes: VJ Falcon

Afterwork event - Chainsaw (Wainui).
Fun event on a 1:3000 map which was quite a mixture with steep pines, flat pines, native bush and random open-ish stuff. Good fun but was rusty - lost time on a few controls (2, 5, 6, 11). Also not running particularly hard as my shoe was disintegrating so was trying to protect it. Still very impressive from Nicholas Green though ...

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Tuesday Nov 16 #

Running 42:35 [3] 8.0 km (5:19 / km)
shoes: Nike Pegasus 35 #2

The Dry Creek loop CW
I must be fit at the moment. In nearly 20 years of running this route I've only once broken 44 minutes and never broken 43 before. Running it after no-one showed up at cricket practice. Got a boost at the start because someone was walking a dog up the start of the steep climb so I had to keep going at a reasonable rate. Only really went for it at the top of the last climb out of the valley when I realised I could run it quite fast, so relatively hard back from there (although obviously had gravity on my side for most of it). Basically just one of those days when I felt really good and everything clicked. Hardly felt tired at all at the end.

Monday Nov 15 #

Cycling 57:30 [3] 25.31 km (2:16 / km)

The Whitemans Valley loop CW
Felt good, but it was windy.

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