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Training Log Archive: graeme

In the 7 days ending Aug 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling3 1:13:00 25.0(2:55) 40.23(1:49)
  Running2 38:00 7.0(5:26) 11.27(3:22)
  Total4 1:51:00 32.0(3:28) 51.5(2:09)

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Friday Aug 25 #

Cycling 6:00 [1] 1.0 mi (6:00 / mi)

Beijing boris bike.

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Tourist day with Linggang featuring Summer palace and various city centerage. He clocked up 26000 steps.

Thursday Aug 24 #

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4 hours walking round the olympic forest park. great location, with 10km tartan track. A combination of heat, knee and lack of painkillers on board meant running about ten strides.

Running 30:00 [3] 6.0 mi (5:00 / mi)

Brufen in, temperature down, pollution low, run to and around the illuminated track at Forest Park. Loads of people there, all going anticlockwise and slowly. I was the tallest and fastest, Wu-Hu! Which meant ducking and weaving, probably passed 1000 people in the short track. Knee still sub-prime.


Since the establishment, the Olympic Forest Park has been considered a paradise for running. It is located on the north area of the Olympic Park and on the north end of Beijing’s central axis. It is the largest city park under construction in Beijing up to now. During the 2008 Olympic Games, it was also considered to be a backyard garden. As a scenic spot for natural landscapes, the Olympic Forest Park is a best place for citizens to relax and run. Well equipped, there are totally two tracks: a short one and a long one. The long track is about 10 km and the short one is 5 km.

Tuesday Aug 22 #

Running 8:00 [3] 1.0 mi (8:00 / mi)

On a Chinese treadmill

Cycling 30:00 [3] 11.0 mi (2:44 / mi)

Spinning. Some "climb". Definitely not "Headwind".

Monday Aug 21 #

Cycling 37:00 [3] 13.0 mi (2:51 / mi)

Spinning, after a walk round the Olympic stadium where there was precisely one jogger. The first I've seen.

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