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Training Log Archive: gruver

In the 7 days ending May 12:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mapping3 15:30:00 61.95(15:01) 99.7(9:20)
  Rogaining1 2:58:00 8.02(22:12) 12.9(13:48) 840
  Running2 2:00:27 9.44(12:45) 15.2(7:55) 300
  Total5 20:28:27 79.41(15:28) 127.8(9:37) 1140

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Saturday May 12 #

Running race 31:19 [3] 5.0 km (6:16 / km)
shoes: Vasque Grand Traverse

Lower Hutt Parkrun. Took it easy after L ankle was puffy following Wed's rogaine. (Went down soon after.) Took the chance to do a 4th km faster than the others, something that has eluded me so far:-)) Splits 6:52, 6:34, 6:23, 5:01, 6:29

Mapping 5:40:00 [1] 40.1 km (8:29 / km)
shoes: Specialised #2

Mapping Kapiti by bike. Got up to Kapiti Road, tho coverage of changes in Coastlands shopping area was affected by darkness - just rode around anything which appeared usable.

Thursday May 10 #

Mapping 5:30:00 [1] 33.2 km (9:56 / km)
shoes: Specialised #2

More Kapiti rogaine mapping. Only got 2sq.km done in more time:-((

Wednesday May 9 #

Rogaining race 2:58:00 [3] 12.9 km (13:48 / km) +840m 10:25 / km
shoes: Vasque Mindbender

Gracefield rogaine. Fabulous starry night. With Bill Trompetter. Some trouble with the gold mine (solved) and another on the way uphill above Mawson St (carried on up and re-jigged subsequent route). Managed a nice endgame with 70pts on the flat on way home. Suspicious about that climb figure (Garmin). L ankle a bit odd and a puffy lump on outer side. But no pain, or further tweaks.

Tuesday May 8 #

Mapping 4:20:00 [1] 26.4 km (9:51 / km)
shoes: Specialised #2

Urban mapping Raumati, by bike. Very pleasant day. 3sq.km. Think I need to do another 8 for the event I have in mind.

Monday May 7 #

Running 1:29:08 [2] 10.2 km (8:44 / km) +300m 7:37 / km
shoes: Vasque Grand Traverse

Two bridges incl BT. Felt sluggish and L ankle is still stiff in the dorsi plane, though doesn't feel at risk from twisting. Fine day light northerly.

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