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Training Log Archive: bubo

In the 1 days ending Apr 22, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 56:40 3.29(17:12) 5.3(10:42)
  Trail running1 10:00 0.75(13:25) 1.2(8:20)
  Total1 1:06:40 4.04(16:30) 6.5(10:15)

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Sunday Apr 22, 2007 #

Trail running warm up/down 10:00 [3] 1.2 km (8:20 / km)
ahr:117 max:129 shoes: VJ Falcon (2007)

Orienteering race (--/12, Ulf P 39:18) 56:40 [3] 5.3 km (10:42 / km)
ahr:130 max:151 shoes: VJ Falcon (2007)

Barkenträffen, Long at Humboberget.
A very disappointing run over-all. I only made two mistakes on the course, but both very costly. Felt slow again today, but tried to keep moving at a solid pace. Same problems with map-reading as yesterday to begin with, but it got slightly better for a while.
My first mistake was a classic parallell error, stopping on a ridge too early looking for control # 4 about 100m from the correct spot. Once I relocated I made a stupid extra loop to add another 1½ min to my mistake for a total of 3:00!
After an extremely slow leg to # 5 I started moving again to # 6 and hit the control flag right on - but the control code was wrong!! (139 instead of 129) Looking at my map I tried to see if I could be somewhere else in the relatively flat area around the control, but nothing made sense. I made a lame 'search loop' (about 5:00 'missed') but came back to the same spot - so I decided to punch and continue assuming there was something wrong with control codes.
I had a decent last part of the course, but found out when I finished that I had MISPUNCHED - for only the second time in 40 years :(
The best part of the weekend was the success for both Anders and Maria. Maria placed 4th in D14 on Saturday and 8th on Sunday - both times on courses that were way more difficult than she has ever run before.
Anders placed 3rd on Saturday in a tough H16 field only 57 sec behind the winner and 2nd on Sunday even closer, only 4 sec behind!

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