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Training Log Archive: Nieuwy

In the 7 days ending Apr 12, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 3:09:32 15.29(12:24) 24.61(7:42) 455
  Cycling2 1:14:55 21.13(16.9/h) 34.0(27.2/h) 266
  Total4 4:24:27 36.42(7:16) 58.61(4:31) 721

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Sunday Apr 12, 2015 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 1:49:05 [4] 13.28 km (8:13 / km) +455m 7:01 / km
ahr:168 max:187

Badge event at Pewsey Vale 11.1km course.

Felt pretty good today, much better than last week and no soreness. Navigated well, really enjoyed the first loop to the map exchange, it didn't feel like pewsey vale - too open and fast. Second loop was slower and more technical and started to get tired. Really struggled on the last loop in the open, legs didn't want to move anymore. Only notable error was on 29, went past it and couldn't work it out.

Saturday Apr 11, 2015 #

5 AM

Cycling 32:55 [3] 17.0 km (31.0 kph) +38m

Ride to work. Felt pretty good even on not enough sleep. Legs feel well rested, glad I had 4 days off.
12 PM

Cycling 42:00 [3] 17.0 km (24.3 kph) +228m

Home from work. Legs felt a bit tired coming home. Seemed like there was a headwind, but the trees weren't moving.

Monday Apr 6, 2015 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 1:20:27 [4] 11.33 km (7:06 / km)
ahr:164 max:183

Stuffed up 1, wasnt concentrating, just running and went past it. Ok til 5 when I punched the control, then slipped, fell and rolled into the creek and hit my shin on a rock. Sore for the next couple of legs, so slow. Took the long track option for the long leg, probably not the quickest, but wanted something easy. Heaps of guys caught me here, and stayed in touch for 1 or 2 controls, but not fast enough to keep up. Nav was pretty good for the 2nd half and had some faster sections, 10th km was my fastest of the day (downhill including spectator leg). Legs were very tired from the last few days, but the map was great to run on.

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