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Training Log Archive: Mounty

In the 7 days ending Feb 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 3:45:00 18.64 30.0
  Kayak1 3:00:00
  Other1 2:00:00
  Total4 8:45:00 18.64 30.0

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Sunday Feb 18 #

Kayak 3:00:00 [3]

Paddled the ski while Tom sailed in the F11 States @ Belmont on Lake Macquarie. Glorious day with another nice nor' easter, and some nice runs to keep me entertained. Fun day out.

Saturday Feb 17 #

Other (Sailing) 2:00:00 [3]

Contrary to forecast a biig nor' easter (25kts) provided the backdrop for the day's sailing. Very pleased to be able to manage the boat in these conditions with Annika...we've come a long way...and were rewarded with some wild spinnaker runs down the harbour. The skiff is crazy quick when it's upright. Reminded how tough Annika is on a couple of occasions when she was slammed against the side of the boat (due to yacht wind shadows , ferry cavitation or my poor steering). No wonder she likes rugby 7's.

Thursday Feb 15 #

Running (Beer run) 3:00:00 [3] 30.0 km (6:00 / km)

Ondrej's farewell beer run....and quite a run it was. I started from work at 5pm, and finished at St Leonards at 12.15am...dinner consisting of a bowl of pork crackling at Sauce, and otherwise just a steady stream of beer,

First 45mins was a run with Andy from the city to meet the others at St Peters. From there it was a barrage of Marrickville breweries, mixing paddles, with ponies and god knows what else.

Life got awesome at some brewery that had an old 1980's game emulator for free, and played some hard core galaxian, frogger and sandwhich time with Bart.

Back towards the city and there was a bit more running involved again. I recall putting in a few efforts to give Keelan something to chase, chin ups in wentworth park, tourist dodging in Darling harbour and general good fun until Red Oak.

Luckily the pubs at the rocks were closed, and after collecting Andy and Ondrej from the garden they fell in to, Andy & I decided to continue running north because....why not. At St Leonards I called it to get a train to Pymble before the last of the night...and arrived home surprisingly sober. I wok up this morning feeling fine, and convinced that you really can run off alcohol...which is good because hangovers at my age suuuck.


Classic evening. Thanks lads.








Tuesday Feb 13 #

Running 45:00 [3]

Aborted beach run from Dee Why. I headed south with the intention of reaching North Head, and pulled the plug after 25min because I felt crap. Unfortunately this meant I was 5k from home and feeling crap, and had the pleasure of plodding home slowly. Urgh,

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