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Training Log Archive: Sandy

In the 7 days ending May 20, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  orienteering3 2:10:52 5.47 8.8 7564.7
  running1 1:05:1026.1
  biking1 45:0018.0
  warm up/cool down2 25:005.0
  Total5 4:26:02 5.47 8.8 75113.8

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Saturday May 20, 2006 #

orienteering race 37:29 [4] 3.6 km (10:25 / km) +75m 9:26 / km

Short Course at the Team Trials. An interesting race: an excellent result (2nd on green overall), running felt strong and easy and I only walked in a couple of places where it was thick, but I couldn't hold a bearing and was always correcting. Luckily I was reading the map well, my pace-counting was on target, and except for #4 always knew which way to turn if the control wasn't where I expected it. But it sure made for a nervous feeling race!

warm up/cool down 15:00 [1]

A decent warm-up; felt good.

Friday May 19, 2006 #

orienteering race 24:26 [4]

Sprint race at the team trials. Pleasantly surprised by the result since I didn't feel particularly good running. But I was able to read the map well and had very few hesitations so I guess that paid off. Was able to run most of the course.

warm up/cool down 10:00 [1]

Jogging around the campus trying to loosen up.

Wednesday May 17, 2006 #

biking 45:00 [3]

Running errands on the other side of the Wissahickon so took my bike through the park - some trails, mostly roads, many hills.

Tuesday May 16, 2006 #

running 1:05:10 [3]

TNT - nice crowd. Normal 5 miles on the drive in about 47; started with Anne and Bob but couldn't stay with them after about 2miles. Dasha was kind and stayed with me.

Sunday May 14, 2006 #

orienteering race 1:08:57 [3] *** 5.2 km (13:16 / km)

Iron Hill green course. Messed up 3 & 4 losing many minutes; relatively clean to everything else. The woods were thick but easy to move through in places - as in no prickers and thorns to grab you, just stuff everywhere. Enjoyed myself which I didn't expect - the vegetation seemed much more benign than in the past.

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