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Training Log Archive: simmo

In the 7 days ending Oct 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road cycling5 10:34:00 153.91(4:07) 247.7(2:34)
  Orienteering1 27:45 2.05(13:32) 3.3(8:25)
  Total6 11:01:45 155.96(4:15) 251.0(2:38)

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Saturday Oct 10 #

Road cycling 1:42:00 [3] 41.4 km (2:28 / km)
ahr:105 max:124 shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Shorter version of West Coast ride.

Friday Oct 9 #

Road cycling 2:15:00 [3] 49.6 km (2:43 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Around the river with PP and Carol.

Wednesday Oct 7 #

Road cycling 1:32:00 [3] 36.1 km (2:33 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Bassendean ride, reverse direction.

Tuesday Oct 6 #

Road cycling 2:58:00 [3] 70.9 km (2:31 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Two rivers ride.

Monday Oct 5 #

Road cycling 2:07:00 [3] 49.7 km (2:33 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Around the river.

Sunday Oct 4 #

Orienteering race 15:03 [4] 1.7 km (8:51 / km)
ahr:126 max:156 shoes: Inov8 X-Talon 230

1st Leg of WA Relays (course HM4), gps 1.99kms. Almost messed the first with a line parallel to S-1 going a lot further, but realised just in time. Then misread the passageway into 6 as being one i needed for 2, but saved that too, although a better route might have saved some seconds. Lost a few more seconds hesitating before 4, and looking for 5 just south of where it was between two families having a picnic. After 10 I was slowing, and walking a bit with tightening breath, but managed to hand over in 3rd a few seconds behind RW and Duncan.

Orienteering race 12:42 [4] 1.6 km (7:56 / km)
shoes: Inov8 X-Talon 230

Second leg for me, 3rd for the team (course HM2), forgot to start gps. Had started in 4th, but even though running more slowly than the first leg I managed to overhaul RW and LOSTRichard, with no time loss - not even seconds - from navigation. Team finished 3rd after the BO team passed my 4th leg runner, and LR mispunched. Duncan & Noel took the win for LOST easily.

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