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Training Log Archive: ebuckley

In the 7 days ending Apr 12, 2002:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling3 4:25:00
  Orienteering4 4:18:59 3.6 5.8
  Running3 1:55:00
  Total6 10:38:59 3.6 5.8

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Friday Apr 12, 2002 #

Running (Trail) 30:00 [2]


Orienteering (Woods) 59:59 [5] 5.8 km (10:21 / km)

Pig Sprint Blue (5.3K, 6.4%, 18 controls) on Camp Whip Poor Will (OCIN 1:10). Good run on a very physical course. One small error and one poor route choice, but probably within a few minutes of the best I could do. ST=520/714.

Thursday Apr 11, 2002 #

Orienteering (Woods) 45:00 [3]

Jogged over to Forrest Park (1:10) and picked a few controls in the wooded section. Final tuneup for the Pig. ST=502/696

Wednesday Apr 10, 2002 #

Cycling (Trail) 40:00 [3]

Warmup/down. Included one of the climbs from the course.

Cycling (Trail) 38:00 [4]

Castlewood training series. 2 laps, 2 climbs per lap. Fast going up, slow going down (as usual). Fortunately, Castlewood puts a premium on the former, so I got 5th in Sport. Took the climbs just hard enough to hold my position on lap 2. Probably harder than I should have gone with the Pig coming up, but I think I'll be OK.

Tuesday Apr 9, 2002 #

Cycling (Road) 55:00 [2]

Warm up/down.

Cycling (Road) 35:00 [4]

Tuesday Night Crit Series. Mostly sat in the pack which was moving pretty quick tonight. Took off with 1 and a half laps to go. Two guys came with me and it looked promising for a bit but the field wasn't letting anyone escape. We got shut down right as we took the bell for the last lap. Got back up to the front to try it again, but the sprint was already winding up.

Monday Apr 8, 2002 #


Restin up for the Pig.

Sunday Apr 7, 2002 #

Running (Trail) 25:00 [2]

Warmup/down and some light jogging between sessions.

Orienteering (Woods) 1:30:00 [4]

Two sessions, each about 5.5K at Cuivre River (mapped 1:15, but we blew it up to 1:10 on a copier) with Dave Frei. Dave put the courses together and they were much more his style (long legs with lots of hard running). It was good to have to think about route choice - most of my recent training has focused on fine navigation. Ran fast and clean except for one big boom when I started daydreaming on a long leg. ST=502/689.

Saturday Apr 6, 2002 #

Orienteering (Woods) 30:00 [2]

Relocation drills on West Tyson (1:10) with Dave Frei, Ken DeBeer, & Yvonne Deyo. Each of us had a map with three controls (each map was different). Only the person going to their control could look at the map. When they got to the control, the next person had to lead to their next control.

Orienteering (Woods) 34:00 [4]

Hammered a short course on Tyson. Dave & I planned our routes in advance so we could compare alternate routes. A few real surprises - one that looked obviously faster was a wash, another that looked like it wouldn't matter was very different. ST=484/671.

Running (Trail) 1:00:00 [3]

Tyson section of the Chubb Trail with Dave & Ken (Yvonne said she had to go - maybe she was just sick of us).

Cycling (Trail) 1:37:00 [3]

Full length of the Chubb on the Mt Bike. Could have picked a less technical trail for my first off-road ride in 5 months, especially with those two maniacs. I rode the uphills really well, but they had to wait on the descents.

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