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In the 1 days ending May 30, 2013:

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  Orienteering1 47:40 4.08(11:41) 6.57(7:15) 6212c
  Total1 47:40 4.08(11:41) 6.57(7:15) 6212c

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Thursday May 30, 2013 #

6 PM

Orienteering (Lightpole) 47:40 [3] 6.57 km (7:15 / km) +62m 6:56 / km
ahr:164 max:185 12c shoes: Salomons XR Mission

First timer at light pole - arrived with seconds to spare and ended up delaying everyone a few mins while fletch gave me the 411 - sorry all.

Should have looked at the map really first because would have opted to go north first had I thought for a few second - oh well. collected 12 - jogged a fair bit but with intermittent walking. proving fitness is definitely not where it needs to be!

First time running since 12 hr and in the Salomons - found them amazing light and very comfortable - a tiny bit of pinching on my left big toe but im sure as the shoes break in a bit more that will go - either that or blister proofing there for 24 hr.

Anyhow progressed nicely through course and as I flipped the sheet to start the second side i thought I wonder what time I am at - 43 minutes -eek legged it home from there and came in at 4740 not too bad for first time.

Big toe reassured me that its still got issues later in the night toenail still intact though so maybe the run was enough to push it over the edge - guess time will tell.

Running in the jacket wasnt pleasant by the end and in fact was more of an annoyance and turned out quite cold at the end when having a chat to shane, ricky et al.

Hardly felt I earned all the shitty food I had today - also should really stretch been feeling tight and sore and my old mans knees are letting me know about it!

Looking forward to the weekend but I have heard that Tooms clown will be there so that will take the shine off it.

edit 1 - oh also I am starting to see the benefit of Garmin over iPhone - I deny ever making this statement.

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