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Training Log Archive: KateK

In the 7 days ending Sep 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Walk / Hike1 2:01:51 3.02(40:21) 4.86(25:05) 140
  Orienteering6 1:58:46 11.06(10:44) 17.8(6:40) 182109c
  Trail Run1 1:47:23 6.5(16:32) 10.46(10:16) 265
  Total8 5:48:00 20.58(16:55) 33.12(10:31) 587109c
  [1-5]8 5:47:13

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Sunday Sep 10 #

9 AM

Orienteering 19:56 intensity: (5:40 @1) + (11 @2) + (15 @3) + (10:05 @4) + (3:45 @5) *** 3.13 km (6:22 / km) +60m 5:49 / km
ahr:165 max:189 15c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - Round 4 @ South Seattle College

Race time: 19:25

Heat 408
Pos. Name Club Time
1 Abra McNair CROC 18:36
2 Ing Uhlin COC 18:42
3 Emily Ross GVOC 19:01
4 Kate Knapp GVOC 19:25
5 Rebecca Jensen COC 20:12
11 AM

Orienteering 26:54 intensity: (1:54 @1) + (37 @2) + (20:50 @3) + (3:33 @4) *** 3.64 km (7:24 / km) +12m 7:16 / km
ahr:168 max:184 29c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - Round 5 @ South Seattle College

Race time: 26:02

Heat 507
Pos. Name Club Time
1 Rebecca Jensen COC 23:50
2 Annika Mihata COC 23:52
3 Tim Waterhouse None 24:00
4 Joanne Woods GVOC 25:37
5 Kate Knapp GVOC 26:02

Saturday Sep 9 #

9 AM

Orienteering 10:45 intensity: (29 @0) + (1:47 @1) + (8 @2) + (3 @3) + (3:04 @4) + (5:14 @5) *** 1.61 km (6:42 / km) +2m 6:39 / km
ahr:172 max:194 11c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - TimeTrial @ College Place

Race time: 10:38,49
Seed: 53
12 PM

Orienteering 20:50 intensity: (6:08 @1) + (10 @2) + (45 @3) + (9:06 @4) + (4:41 @5) *** 2.97 km (7:01 / km) +100m 6:00 / km
ahr:164 max:190 15c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - Round 1 @ Lynndale

Race time: 20:14

Heat 108
Pos. Name Club Time
1 Eric Bone* COC 16:27
2 Tori Borish None 16:56
3 Ryan Breseman COC 19:57
4 Kate Knapp GVOC 20:14
5 Abra McNair CROC 21:52

*Eric Bone missed the time trial and so was seeded quite low (76th?) which put him in our bracket as the low person when we all know he is really a high person so our heat was, on the whole, much faster and more competitive than strictly desired at this stage.
3 PM

Orienteering 19:46 intensity: (7:38 @1) + (12 @2) + (26 @3) + (9:05 @4) + (2:25 @5) *** 2.99 km (6:37 / km) +3m 6:35 / km
ahr:160 max:190 20c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - Round 2 @ Edmonds Community College

Race time: 19:10

Heat 208
Pos. Name Club Time
1 Abra McNair CROC 17:57
2 Kate Knapp GVOC 19:10
3 Linnea Nasman COC 24:58
4 Kirk Devine COC 26:56
Don Haliburton GVOC dq 18:08*
8 PM

Orienteering 20:35 intensity: (18 @0) + (1:19 @1) + (1:15 @2) + (1:27 @3) + (13:30 @4) + (2:46 @5) *** 3.47 km (5:56 / km) +5m 5:53 / km
ahr:178 max:192 19c shoes: Salomon XT Maido

SART - Round 3 @ Lynnwood Golf Course (Night-O)

Race time: 19:59
SART 2017 – Round 3, Lynnwood Golf Course

Heat 307
Pos. Name Club Time
1 Kate Knapp GVOC 19:59
2 Abra McNair CROC 20:00
3 Emily Ross GVOC 20:10
4 Oleg Slyusarchuk COC 24:59
5 Kyle Haddad-Fonda COC 26:01

Wednesday Sep 6 #

5 PM

Note

Accidents Happen: http://globalnews.ca/news/3723788/stawamus-chief-i... & http://bc.ctvnews.ca/rock-climber-tumbles-15-metre...

I drove up to Squamish last night to pick up Franz after his climbing partner fell while an arm's length from finishing the stage. Both pieces the climber had put in ripped out and he went over the ledge the rope scraping so hard against the face that it shredded down to the core. Without a bolted anchor for Franz on belay, it could have been two climbers over the ledge. This was the only stage that Franz didn't lead.

For all that goes wrong, it's also important to look at what went right. Franz was properly secured and responded well when his partner fell, there was cell reception, thanks to the terrible smokey conditions SAR was able to get the helicopter in close, and Franz was able to get some help from two other climbers. Importantly, they had voice contact with his partner though they were unable to reach him. The hospital said last night that so far he is doing okay.

Unfortunately, they lost the bag with wallets, car keys, and shoes into the gully. So while the rescue went well the fall out effects are complicated.

All climbers I know - STAY SAFE!!

Tuesday Sep 5 #

5 PM

Trail Run 1:47:23 intensity: (1:04:04 @1) + (38:26 @2) + (4:53 @3) 10.46 km (10:16 / km) +265m 9:07 / km
ahr:143 max:175 shoes: Salomon XT Maido

Chill walk/run catch-up with Alison to the Debris Chute with the smokey bluh

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Monday Sep 4 #

11 AM

Walk / Hike 2:01:51 intensity: (1:15:14 @1) + (28:08 @2) + (16:16 @3) + (2:13 @4) 4.86 km (25:05 / km) +140m 21:55 / km
ahr:141 max:183 shoes: Salomon XT Maido

Went up to Dog Mountain with Franz and sadly no dogs as it was too hot! Reasonably good views despite the back again haze over the city. I forgot to turn my watch off at the top while we took in the views of the city and mountain ranges so it's total time from car to car haha

Rewarded ourselves with nachos and ice cream in Deep Cove mmmm

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