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Training Log Archive: Aragorn

In the 7 days ending Mar 31:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering4 4:54:02 17.46(16:50) 28.1(10:28) 580
  Mapping/setting/control pickup1 1:40:00 2.0(50:00) 3.22(31:04)
  Running-Trail1 1:15:15 7.56(9:58) 12.16(6:11) 667
  Running-Mixed2 53:59 7.3(7:24) 11.75(4:36)
  Total6 8:43:16 34.32(15:15) 55.23(9:28) 1247

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Sunday Mar 31 #

Running-Mixed 33:59 [3] 8.21 km (4:08 / km)

Friday Mar 29 #

Orienteering 55:00 [1] 4.9 km (11:13 / km)

Took it easy at Hickory Run, I was completely off on my compass line to 6 but otherwise I patiently found the unmarked locations.

Running-Mixed 20:00 [3] 2.2 mi (9:05 / mi)

Thursday Mar 28 #

Orienteering 58:06 [3] 7.3 km (7:58 / km) +280m 6:41 / km

HVO Winter series course at Ward Pound Ridge, really open and fun but not the most technical of courses. Proud of myself for nailing controls 9 to 11 which were rocks on steep hillsides without obvious contour features.

Orienteering 53:56 [3] 6.0 km (8:59 / km) +300m 7:11 / km

Westmoreland Sanctuary HVO winter series course. Nice course with some controls tucked away in rocks but otherwise not too difficult to read the cliffs, stone walls, and contours.

Wednesday Mar 27 #

Running-Trail 38:15 [3] 6.82 km (5:37 / km) +281m 4:39 / km

Warmup for the mountain run

Running-Trail 37:00 [3] 5.34 km (6:56 / km) +386m 5:05 / km

Mount Tammany climb and descent. Insanely rocky end of the ascent and start of the descent made it difficult to push the pace.

Tuesday Mar 26 #

Orienteering 1:00:00 [2] 5.9 km (10:10 / km)

Training at Stony Run at a moderate pace. Fun terrain, not nearly as difficult as Wolf Springs and much nicer forest.

Mapping/setting/control pickup 1:40:00 [1] 2.0 mi (50:00 / mi)

Fixing Peter's map of Yetter Park.

Monday Mar 25 #

Orienteering 1:07:00 [3] 4.0 km (16:45 / km)

Wolf Springs training.

Ok wow. Too many rhododendrons, too much snow, too many trees that hit me in the eyes, too few features to actually use to navigate.

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