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Training Log Archive: X8A7

In the 7 days ending Feb 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Bike Trainer4 2:23:00
  Skate Ski1 2:03:00 15.11(8:08) 24.32(5:03)
  Exer-Genie3 1:42:00
  Road Run1 43:00 3.88(11:05) 6.24(6:53)
  misc.1 18:00
  Total6 7:09:00 18.99 30.56

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Sunday Feb 14 #

misc. 18:00 [1]

Shovel snow, I think it was 7F or so, so not bad, and I had to take off my outer coat. Hands got cold though. Only like 2 inches.

Bike Trainer 40:00 [1]
ahr:119

Exer-Genie 40:00 [1]
ahr:108

M15km classic mass start. What a boring race, why doesn't someone at least try to break the field at like 6 or 7km? They didn't go hard until 12 or 13km. Many crashes because it was so bunched up.

Saturday Feb 13 #

Skate Ski 2:03:00 [1] 15.11 mi (8:08 / mi)
ahr:122

Given the weather for Sunday, I opted to ski today. According to the car, temp was 5 or 6F the entire ski, but I was just a touch overdressed in fact. But rather have that than the other way when it is that cold. I barely noticed the cold in fact, but the skis were on the slow side. Nice that were was a fresh inch of snow.

Friday Feb 12 #

Road Run 43:00 [1] 3.88 mi (11:05 / mi)
ahr:137

Around Glenmere Pk in the fresh dusting of snow.

Thursday Feb 11 #

Bike Trainer 30:00 [1]

I bonked while on the trainer, so couldn't do more.

Wednesday Feb 10 #

Bike Trainer 30:00 [1]
ahr:121

Exer-Genie 30:00 [1]
ahr:120

Tuesday Feb 9 #

Bike Trainer 43:00 [1]
ahr:118

Thought I was watching women's relay from Lahti this year, turns out it was last year.

Exer-Genie 32:00 [1]
ahr:118

Tough to see given the fog, but Bolshunov to me looked like he was in the wrong. Maeki was in the lead, he picked a lane, he had the right to pick whatever lane he wanted, it was up to Bolshunov to pick a different lane and pass, which he didn't do, instead he just got pissed and belligerent. I think there's an argument that the FIS went easy on Bolshunov. Being D.Q.ed in a relay that had close to no consequence in the grand scheme of things regardless of outcome is not much of a penalty. Just my two cents. Almost as surprising, Ustiugov was anchor on Ryssland II and made the podium. Another skier with a bad attitude.

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