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Training Log Archive: Leon

In the 7 days ending May 5:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running11 5:39:46 47.5(7:09) 76.44(4:27) 315
  Urban Orienteering1 46:20 6.8(6:49) 10.94(4:14) 45
  Orienteering1 32:30 3.5(9:17) 5.63(5:46) 40
  Total13 6:58:36 57.8(7:15) 93.02(4:30) 400

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Saturday May 5 #

8 AM

Running warm up/down 12:00 [3] 1.6 mi (7:30 / mi)

9 AM

Running 17:31 [5] 3.1 mi (5:39 / mi) +35m 5:28 / mi

Northwich parkrun - 1st, 17:31
Went off a little too hard but managed to keep things going to get the CR
Nice course, enjoyable.

Running warm up/down 10:00 [3] 1.1 mi (9:06 / mi)

Friday May 4 #

12 PM

Running 27:00 [3] 3.6 mi (7:30 / mi)

Thursday May 3 #

12 PM

Running tempo 32:24 [5] 5.0 mi (6:29 / mi) +10m 6:26 / mi

1 lap of Knavesmire clockwise tempo + 6 x strides
Basically 3k in 10mins, which is probably a touch above my tempo pace.
Didn't feel great but got it done.
7 PM

Running 20:30 [4] 3.1 mi (6:37 / mi) +30m 6:25 / mi

Menston off road loop
Flies everywhere

Wednesday May 2 #

6 PM

Running 19:41 [3] 2.5 mi (7:52 / mi) +90m 7:05 / mi

7 PM

Orienteering 32:30 [3] 3.5 mi (9:17 / mi) +40m 8:58 / mi

Calverley O
Navigation was actually quite good! But paid for thinking my trail shoes were in the boot of the car when they weren't, faffed to avoid the worst of the mud.
Two controls were in the wrong place, I found one of them, thought it was my fault I missed the other but it wasn't.

Tuesday May 1 #

12 PM

Running 31:00 [3] 4.1 mi (7:34 / mi) +10m 7:30 / mi

2 x West Park loops. Quite pleasant.
6 PM

Running 1:20:30 [3] 11.0 mi (7:19 / mi) +50m 7:13 / mi

5 x (600 (200) 300 (400))

1.52, 1.51, 1.49, 1.47, 1.47
52, 52, 51, 51, 50

Good! Windy too.

Monday Apr 30 #

6 PM

Running 35:00 [3] 5.2 mi (6:44 / mi) +40m 6:34 / mi

Planned on doing the Otley/Burley triangle.
Heading down to Otley, approaching the tip, a van coming out of the yard let me past. Kept running as a motorbike pased the other way. All of a sudden there was a multiple screech and a thud. Turned round to see the motorcyclist on the deck, his bike having the van.
Shouted to a woman in the tip to phone an ambulance and ran up to the bloke. Swift worry crossed my mind of what I would find, but no blood, he was consicous and groaning. Kept him still and talking while the ambulance was summoned.
As a busy road, the traffic backed up, as more people came on the scene, eventually numbering a GP and two A&E nurses. The ambulance arrived after about 15 mins, and I gave the police my details and set off back home, to tell Charlotte I hadn't really finished my run. Then did an out and back down Bleach Mill.
Didn't notice the guy going too fast, but seems he lost control as the van was on the right side of the road when the impact happened. A man came up from Otley saying he had to pull out of the way when he saw the motorcyclist come into view in his rear view mirror. Despite the accident being visible from the Menston end, a few drivers still felt fit to beep or screech off in the opposite direction having turned around.
Makes you think.

Sunday Apr 29 #

10 AM

Running 46:00 [3] 6.2 mi (7:25 / mi) +50m 7:14 / mi

11 AM

Urban Orienteering 46:20 [4] 6.8 mi (6:49 / mi) +45m 6:41 / mi

Southwell Urban - 1st, 46.20

Kept pace fairly relaxed, though found myself running a good pace, which was pleasing. Navigation easy enough, made a couple of bad route choices trying to be a bit clever in the first half, so kept things straightforward in the second half. Good fun.
12 PM

Running warm up/down 8:10 [2] 1.0 mi (8:10 / mi)

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