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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Feb 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Skiing2 3:51:11 18.79(12:18) 30.23(7:39) 308
  Speedskating1 2:00:00 8.45(14:12) 13.6(8:49) 149
  Cross-Training1 50:00
  Total4 6:41:11 27.24 43.83 457

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Sunday Feb 18 #

11 AM

Speedskating 2:00:00 [1] 13.6 km (8:49 / km) +149m 8:22 / km

Ian, Katie, Alli, Inara, and I skated on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa. Inara was in the stroller, and Alli and I took turns pushing. It felt like all of Ottawa was out here today, but it got a bit less crowded once we got away from downtown. A nice, easy skate with good company. On the way back (it's a one-way canal, so no loop to be had), the ice was pretty mushy and beat up, so the going was slow, and Ian and Katie even took off their skates towards the end. Forgot to stop my GPS, so it shows our wanderings through Ottawa afterwards, including with Nevin, who appears to be everywhere.

Saturday Feb 17 #

9 AM

Skiing 2:36:11 [3] 19.23 km (8:07 / km) +308m 7:31 / km

Friday Feb 16 #

Skiing 1:15:00 [2] 11.0 km (6:49 / km)

After spending Thursday night at the Collinsworths' in Syracuse, we drove up to Ottawa. We first hit the ski store and picked up some wax, ski clothes, baby skis for Inara, and got my skates fixed. After unloading at our AirBnB, we met Nevin at the start of the Gatineau Loppet and skate skied a loop that covered part of the Loppet course. I pulled Inara.

Monday Feb 12 #


Kikkan Randall on the front page of 538 today:

It's a cool article highlighting both Kikkan's amazing return to elite sport after giving birth, as well as the United States' terrible, backwards support system for new parents, as compared with other OECD countries.

One thing surprised me from this article: it states that Kikkan is the only mom on the U.S. Olympic team in Pyeonchang! That is really surprising to me.

Cross-Training 50:00 [2]


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