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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 1 days ending Aug 12:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling2 33:50 7.52(13.3/h) 12.1(21.5/h) 188
  Total2 33:50 7.52(4:30) 12.1(2:48) 188

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Monday Aug 12 #

6 PM

Cycling 16:08 [2] 3.7 mi (13.8 mph) +85m
ahr:119 max:150

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VAR was used for the first time in EPL this past weekend; this goal was disallowed for offside. There are only certain instances where VAR can be used, one category of which is "factual" (objective) decisions such as offside, ball in/out of play, foul in/out of penalty area. There is also a "clear and obvious" rule, where VAR can be used to overturn a referee's decision - but this can only be used in "subjective" situations, not to review offside. However, in my opinion an instance as close as this *is* subjective - it is not factually clear to me that the player in black is offside - for all intents, purposes, and appearances, the two players are even - and in the absense of an clear offside violation even using VAR, this goal should be allowed.
8 PM

Cycling 17:42 intensity: (16:14 @2) + (1:28 @3) 3.82 mi (12.9 mph) +103m
ahr:87 max:142

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