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Training Log Archive: mikeminium

In the 7 days ending Mar 22, 2008:

activity # timemileskm+m
  mapping - field checking3 2:40:00
  walking3 1:45:00 1.5 2.41
  orienteering2 1:36:53 7.58(12:47) 12.2(7:56)66c
  Total5 6:01:53 9.08 14.6166c
averages - weight:159lbs

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Saturday Mar 22, 2008 #

orienteering race 39:26 [4] *** 4.1 km (9:37 / km)
19c weight:159lbs shoes: Jalas hi-top O' shoes

Green course at Governor Bebb, set by Adam White. A challenging course, and although a couple controls were well-hidden in ditches, they were accurately placed, with only one exception. Adam is proving to be a wily and competent course setter.

I debated between calling intensity 3 or 4, since I really wasn't going flat out, but it was still a pretty good workout. Temperature about 35 F (+2 C) with some light drizzle / sleet, with muddy conditions on the ground.

walking 30:00 [1] **

Control pickup: searching for missing SI unit with Adam & Chuck White.

Friday Mar 21, 2008 #

mapping - field checking 1:00:00 [1] **

field checking update for portion of Rentschler for WRE model area, marked model control locations.

Thursday Mar 20, 2008 #

mapping - field checking 40:00 [1] ***

field checking campus area for Model area.

Monday Mar 17, 2008 #

walking 30:00 [1] **
weight:159lbs

checking control sites & routes on "rural" sprint map.

Sunday Mar 16, 2008 #

mapping - field checking 1:00:00 [1] **
weight:159lbs

making minor corrections to U.S. Sprint Champs "urban" map.

orienteering 19:07 [5] *** 2.9 km (6:36 / km)
17c

test run of "Urban" course 3. right on target.

orienteering 16:38 [5] *** 2.4 km (6:56 / km)
16c

test run of "Urban" course 2. A little long, need to still make a slight adjustment.

walking 45:00 [1] ** 1.5 mi (30:00 / mi)

checked a few control location changes on "rural" map, plus made a couple small map corrections.

orienteering 21:42 [5] *** 2.8 km (7:45 / km)
14c shoes: Icebugs

test run of "Rural" course 3. I am not surprised that it was still a bit long. The first round of cuts was partly offset by a couple additions necessary to improve leg quality. Looks like a little more cutting is needed.

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