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Training Log Archive: riley mcfarlane

In the 7 days ending Jan 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 9:35 1.09(8:46) 1.76(5:27)
  Total1 9:35 1.09(8:46) 1.76(5:27)

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Saturday Jan 20 #


I will start to boost up the training now as the holidays are coming to an end. Hopefully, I'll get to 5 min/km Orienteering pace in time for the Melbourne sprint weekend as I don't want to let myself down because I wouldn't be fit enough.
Is 5 training sessions a week enough?

Monday Jan 15 #

Orienteering (Rob n Lois) 9:35 [4] 1.76 km (5:27 / km)
shoes: INOV 8 X-Talon 217

A bit different setup of training now as Rob is setting us up with a mixture of Spot the Difference in the Australian Orienteer, Course setting & regular training. It took me 11min50 to spot the difference on the map, then going ahead & making the 3 legged course. However, I smoked lily & mum for over 2 mins, beating them on the running part of the training exercise. Mum seemed to win the exercise overall though as she managed to find all the differences & make a not so well planned course.

Being new to AP, why are AP comments not compatible with emoji's but training log descriptions are?

P.S I might not be able to upload my training log as I will have to find a way up in Jurien to safely record my log without shredding the wifi like I will be shredding food as a guest to mum's friend's house.


Is there anyway with Garmin that I could get a free map file so that I could upload onto TBT (Juffy, my surface pro 3 doesn't like to load the map data onto tbt, any suggestions)?
Rob and Lois told me about the Red Hill map that was done for the state champs years ago, I'll see if the track route that I would like to do is still there.


My sister also has an AP account in the making, although she may sometimes forget to put in her log, as she isn't as obsessed about what's going on in the O life of the sport. Her username is: Lily McFarlane

I will also be trying to get some more juniors into AP, so they can get a better grip on what competitive Orienteering is really like.

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