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Training Log Archive: Jethro

In the 7 days ending Nov 18, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 4:06:49 15.45(15:59) 24.86(9:56) 1070
  Hill running1 1:25:30 7.58(11:17) 12.2(7:00) 383
  Road running1 40:32 4.45(9:07) 7.16(5:40) 142
  Total4 6:12:51 27.48(13:34) 44.22(8:26) 1595

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Friday Nov 17, 2017 #

(rest day)

Been a busy week!

Thursday Nov 16, 2017 #

Hill running 1:25:30 [3] 12.2 km (7:00 / km) +383m 6:03 / km
shoes: X-Claw 275

From Carlenrig along the road then up to the mast on the Coomb and back down to Lymiecleuch and back along road. With Paul Flynn - and Murphy

Wednesday Nov 15, 2017 #

6 PM

Orienteering 25:02 [3] 3.86 km (6:29 / km) +70m 5:57 / km
shoes: Arctic Claw 300

RR night event, Bowhill. First RR night event for a long time - a McGreal production. Good fun. Couple of mistakes - not careful enough on a bearing and crossed the wrong track and tried to go straight to last control and discovered there were fences and hedges in the way and wasn't sure if the Duke would appreciate me forcing a way through so had to back track. Enough to let I Max sneak in for a win!

Tuesday Nov 14, 2017 #

5 PM

Road running 40:32 [4] 7.16 km (5:40 / km) +142m 5:09 / km
shoes: Saucony Peregrine 6

Hill intervals around the streets of Hawick with Kenny - painful as Kenny is starting to build up for aother crack at the NZ coast to coast race.

Sunday Nov 12, 2017 #

Orienteering race 3:41:47 [3] 21.0 km (10:34 / km) +1000m 8:32 / km
shoes: X-Claw 275

WCOC, Copeland Chase, Clough Head/Threlkeld, 4 hour score option. It was all score classes but the 4 hour one had a compulsory loop of 5 controls which you could tackle in either direction at any point during your run but once you started you had to do the whole loop before you visited any other controls. There was also a section of the map on an area of peat hags which was included as an insert at 1:7500 (the rest of the map was 1:15000) with seven 30 point controls. Sounds a bit complicated but actually worked quite well and certainly made you think. Got a couple of controls before I started the compulsory loop and 16 after. Arrived back 18 mins early and might with hindsight have been able to get another control but it was difficult to judge and I was pretty pooped by the finish and it wouldn't have improved my position anyway. 5th on 790 points behind Steve Birkinshaw, M45 on 1000 (full house), Jack Eyre, M21 on 950, Duncan Archer, M40 on 940 and Zack Hudd, M18 on 880.

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