running warm up/down 10:00 
Running around the course to cheer on the midget boys which was only kinda 1/2 a warm-up, but we did do some stretching at the start line.
Also a few minutes cool-down while cheering on our only junior boy.
running race 16:42  4.0 km (4:11 / km)
SO CLOSE!!!!!!! only 3 seconds away from a PR, but had a great race anyways. A really fast start this time, so I ended up in the middle of the pack, and had to pass a lot of people going up the hill. Moved into 5th by the time we got to the long stretch on the grass, and then passed the 4th place girl who I could tell had started out way too fast and was already really tired. Both beach runs were brutal, but I felt really strong the whole race and even passed my all-time rival for about 15sec! sweet!!! but then she made her move and passed me and the second place girl...oh well an accomplishment all the same. Came in 4th, and since the top girl qualified for OFSAA as part as a team, so I qualified as well. YAY!! cept it's the same weekend as the US Champs.... a lot of my team didn't quite understand why i was missing ofsaa to go down to virginia, so obviously they are not real orienteers! already looking forward to next season and hopefully a whole senior girls team!?
cycling (mountain) 1:35:00 
Holy macaroni, what a ride! Beautiful day to be out, a bit chilly, but all the same, it was still fantastic! Started at Pink Lake and went all the way to Mackenzie King, over to P17, and then up Penguin to Keogan. Nice ride, although lots and lots of ups and downs! On the way back down Penguin, right before the sharp u-turn down a super steep and gravelly hill, my bike pretty much jack-knifed, which i thankfully got under control, but then something else happened and i just wiped out!! Not even sure what happened. One second I was swerving all over the place trying to get my bike under control, and then next i was on my side with sore everything! No broken bones, a sore shoulder, lots of blood, but i think that i will survive. Was getting pretty dark on the way back but thankfully we didn't need to get our weak little headlamps out which I'm sure wouldn't have really helped anyways.