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Training Log Archive: KathrynB

In the 7 days ending Jan 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 3:08:10 13.66 21.99 175
  Total3 3:08:10 13.66 21.99 175

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Saturday Jan 20 #

12 PM

Orienteering 1:25:13 [3] 11.82 km (7:12 / km) +138m 6:49 / km
shoes: Gel Asics Cumulus 17

EUOC Big Weekend - City Urban
Kinda just got into a rhythm and took one control at a time and didn't think too much of the length, therefore the length didn't really mentally drain me too much. Had some sweets which kept me going, but fell on the ice and cut me knee. Good control flow, maybe not towards the end, but getting tired

Friday Jan 19 #

7 PM

Orienteering 32:49 [4] 4.99 km (6:34 / km) +26m 6:24 / km
shoes: Gel Asics Cumulus 17

FwtN Sprint - Kings Buildings
Very icy so cautious. Couple of mistakes with the map caught be out a few times. mostly ok

Orienteering 22:15 [3]
shoes: Gel Asics Cumulus 17

EUOC Big Weekend Indoor Sprint
Very confusing but very fun. Thoroughly enjoyed it, despite Lydia having to catch me when I couldn't stop on the ice on the roof

Wednesday Jan 17 #


Decided to take a rest the last few days to let my mouth heal properly
6 PM

Orienteering 47:53 [4] 5.17 km (9:16 / km) +11m 9:10 / km
shoes: Black Inov8 X-Talons

Culbin NNC
Felt pretty good doing this. R Hip Flexor got sore again near the end, similar to what it did on Meall a' Bhuachaille, but wasn't too bad. 3 mistakes, other than that was clean and took good route choices.
No.3, got confused running along an indistinct path, thought I'd got to my attackpoint (a junction), but actually hadn't, so a bit of wondering
No.10, was a bit right on my bearing. Didn't loose than much time on it, as my distance judgment was good, and I happened to spot the control off to the left, but could have gone badly
No.11, basically just my exit from 10. Got really disorientated and confused and ended up making a 180 error. Realised when I realised the orange arrow on my compass was north and not south........ concentration was definitely what was lacking

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