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Training Log Archive: Hammer

In the 7 days ending Nov 12, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running - Trail/Terrain3 1:30:00
  Orienteering1 1:20:00
  Core/Strength2 1:05:00
  Total5 3:55:00

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Sunday Nov 12, 2017 #

Running - Trail/Terrain 35:00 [3]

another 5K of the GS

Saturday Nov 11, 2017 #

Core/Strength 45:00 [3]

wood pile

Friday Nov 10, 2017 #

Running - Trail/Terrain 35:00 [3]

Gula Stigen 5k as the sun set. Two deer seemed content to watch me run a few loops without running away. No snow but lots in Barrie. Ground is rock solid.

Thursday Nov 9, 2017 #


I was the race director or co race director of the Raid the Hammer Adventure Run every year except one (2013) between 2000 and 2016. I ran the half raid in 2013. With me up north this weekend it will be the first RTH I haven’t hosted or raced. But wow what a great and varied race course Anvil has set and the DV is pretty darn awesome at the moment. Good luck to all competitors!

This year will be (at least) third time a Canadian medal winning Olympian has done the race. Adam van K (Gold and multiple medals) raced back in 2002 or 2003. And this year’s Olympian ran last year and she won bronze for Canada in London (in the 92nd minute) and she won bronze in 2016 (and plays for the Seattle Reign FC). Cool.

I’d love to see a series of 9 or 10 raids across Canada coupled with an urban sprint race the day before.

Van, Whistler, Canmore, Collingwood, Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax

Wednesday Nov 8, 2017 #

Orienteering 1:20:00 [3]

Hanging flags for RTH. DV awesomeness.


Here is a link to a new research initiative that I am leading (the grant last winter that during writing caused me to develop chest pain). It is called Boreal Water Futures.

(I wonder what PinkSocks thinks of the logo). ;-)

Running - Trail/Terrain 20:00 [3]

some running at ARX but let’s were sore from AM

Tuesday Nov 7, 2017 #

Core/Strength 20:00 [3]

HammerFIT with AG!

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