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Training Log Archive: Tullster

In the 7 days ending Sep 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling1 2:44:56 49.14(3:21) 79.08(2:05) 761
  Orienteering2 2:16:22 13.77(9:54) 22.17(6:09) 373
  Running2 58:08 6.65(8:45) 10.7(5:26) 369
  Total4 5:59:26 69.56(5:10) 111.95(3:13) 1503

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Sunday Sep 10 #

Orienteering race 39:34 [5] 5.8 km (6:49 / km)

SHI relays. Leg 2 for Scotland 2. Good start from carcas. But scrappy at the start but could still see Chris ahead then 1 bit mistake probably 1min. Didn't ever feel but just kept it safe after the mistake

Saturday Sep 9 #

9 AM

Running 11:12 [3] 0.7 km (16:03 / km) +110m 8:59 / km

Orienteering race 1:36:48 [4] 16.37 km (5:55 / km) +373m 5:19 / km
shoes: Icebug 2017

SHI individual. Tough open area - my sort of terrain. Started badly binning 4min at number 2. Really stupid mistake. Just couldn't work it out! Kept chin up and rest went well. Helped catching and passing tom felbaum. Pleased with the result considering the mistake and happy with the physical shape considering everything!

Wednesday Sep 6 #

10 AM

Cycling 2:44:56 [3] 79.08 km (2:05 / km) +761m 1:59 / km

Cycle from home to dulcie bridge and out to drynachen Lodge. Pushed hard up the climb and felt like I was moving well. Didn't reclaim the Strava kom sadly though still 3rd quickest time. Continued on the loop and back to dulcie bridge, across to Nairn road then home via grantown. Nice ride. Middle section from and back to dulcie bridge only passed 3 vehicles and two of them were stationary

Tuesday Sep 5 #

7 PM

Running 46:56 [3] 10.0 km (4:41 / km) +259m 4:09 / km
shoes: Saucony Peregrine

run to the mast and back. not pushing too hard but felt OK and pleased to cruise to the top in decent time despite wee stop for a nosebleed. patellar tendon grumbling, calves sore by the end again. lungs OK though

Monday Sep 4 #

Note
(rest day)

end of 3 12hr night shifts. and not much sleep during the days. they were a slog!

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