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Training Log Archive: Brooner

In the 7 days ending Jul 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 25:17:53 50.47(30:05) 81.22(18:41) 4880
  adventuring1 6:48:06 13.58(30:03) 21.86(18:40) 1448
  Running (Mixed)1 1:25:12 5.51(15:28) 8.86(9:37) 74
  Total4 33:31:11 69.56(28:55) 111.94(17:58) 6401

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Saturday Jul 27 #

12 PM

Orienteering race (Rogaine) 22:44:04 intensity: (3:36:05 @1) + (6:18:39 @2) + (12:15:59 @3) + (32:07 @4) + (1:14 @5) 71.56 km (19:04 / km) +4368m 14:36 / km
ahr:120 max:174 shoes: Inov-8 Roclite 285 (red)

Friday Jul 26 #

11 AM

Orienteering (Rogaining) 2:33:49 intensity: (1:00:47 @1) + (49:22 @2) + (43:40 @3) 9.66 km (15:55 / km) +512m 12:35 / km
ahr:106 max:147 (injured) shoes: Inov-8 Roclite 285 (red)

Hike round the model map, very orienteering style map & control placement which was nice. Ankle generally fine strapped, bit grumpy when contouring.

Tuesday Jul 23 #

7 AM

Running (Mixed) 1:25:12 intensity: (6:39 @1) + (35:10 @2) + (43:23 @3) 8.86 km (9:37 / km) +74m 9:14 / km
ahr:120 max:149 (injured)

Iced & strapped the ankle, then had a drugged hobble down the hillside with the assistance of a pole, bit better once on the GR10 back to Luz, just treading a bit gingerly on the steeper descents. Made it back in time for breakfast, then spent the rest of the day mainly on buses & trains or seeking air conditioning in Toulouse as the temps approached 40°C.

Monday Jul 22 #

10 AM

adventuring long 6:48:06 intensity: (2:36:49 @2) + (4:04:36 @3) + (6:41 @4) 21.86 km (18:40 / km) +1448m 14:02 / km
ahr:122 max:163 (injured) shoes: Inov8 Trail Talon 275 (blk/blu

Big tough day out in scorchio conditions, running and swimming around the lakes below Turon du Néouvielle. Did try for the summit, which was the first 3000m+ one climbed in the Pyrenees, but didn't quite make it. It looked like an achievable 2km & 550m climb from one of our swimming lakes but I gave up below 2800m after a seemingly endless boulderfield scramble left me pretty knackered and under time pressure to get out before a forecast thunderstorm (which never actually eventuated).

After another swim and refuge refuel stop we headed down the mountain, but after an afternoon of sketchy boulder hopping I twisted my ankle on a fairly innocuous stretch of trail, then after some stream cooling did it again, which made for a very slow and painful final few km to camp.

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