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Training Log Archive: KFish

In the 7 days ending Mar 30:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 1:39:45 6.95(14:21) 11.18(8:55) 46922c
  Road Running2 1:12:04 8.12(8:53) 13.07(5:31) 135
  Total3 2:51:49 15.07(11:24) 24.25(7:05) 60422c

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Thursday Mar 28 #

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This could say anything, but I am looking forward to it anyway:

http://www.nolb.nl/wp-content/uploads/aankondiging...
7 PM

Road Running 36:29 [3] 4.07 mi (8:58 / mi) +64m 8:33 / mi
shoes: New Balance 808

easy run with some strides at the end. Beautiful evening.

Tuesday Mar 26 #

4 PM

Road Running 35:35 [3] 4.05 mi (8:47 / mi) +71m 8:20 / mi
shoes: New Balance 808

Legs felt great. Did tape my ankle as a precaution.

Sunday Mar 24 #

9 AM

Orienteering race 1:39:45 [3] **** 6.95 mi (14:21 / mi) +469m 11:52 / mi
22c shoes: Salomon Speedcross 4 - Navy

Flying Pig Classic day 2 - Blue
Carters Caves West
9.2k 440m

Similar distance and slightly less climb had me a little worried on tired legs from yesterday. However, it turned out the climb was distributed a little better so that I could keep up a jog on all but the biggest hills. Same focus areas as yesterday, and they worked again. This course was one of my favorites ever - some really cool control locations and I felt it was well planned out - it probably helped that it turned into one of my best runs ever too.

I would call this a clean run - I don't really consider anything a navigation or route choice mistake. AP calculates 3 mistakes 1 min or less each.
7 - no idea
17 - one of the really long legs, it went well, but I did stop for water
22 - Right as I approached 21 I heard my ankle snap on the trail. I think the only thing that got me to 21 was momentum. Then exiting i was pretty much paralyzed with pain and went in 3 different directions before i was able to refocus. Pretty painful, but not the worst twist i've had while orienteering, so hopefully it heals in less than 6 months.

Not only best AP score on a classic, but best EVER. Training regime is definitely paying off thanks to my live-in coach :D.

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