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Training Log Archive: LOST_Richard

In the 7 days ending Oct 22:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Cycling3 5:16:19 66.78(12.7/h) 107.47(20.4/h) 304
  MTBO1 2:33:35 17.78(6.9/h) 28.61(11.2/h) 707
  Running2 57:08 6.2(9:13) 9.97(5:44) 80
  Total6 8:47:02 90.76(5:48) 146.06(3:37) 1091

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Saturday Oct 22 #

8 AM

Road Cycling 2:24:46 [3] 49.22 km (20.4 kph) +111m
shoes: Colnago CLX

More strong easterly winds,

Rode out to meet Robyn at Mt Henry and then around the Shelley loop and back to where Robyn is staying to test out her Nanaimo Bars, (a true Canadian delicacy) very nice they were.

Wind of course had swung around to NE by the time we came back down the freeway but was a nice tail wind along Matilda Bay to finish off.

Friday Oct 21 #

8 AM

Road Cycling 1:35:48 [3] 31.67 km (19.8 kph) +76m
shoes: Colnago CLX

Strong Easterly so a tough ride out to East Perth and an easy ride home.

Just Chas, Nicole and I for the Friday effort and Nicole had a meeting to go to so cut short on the regular distance

Thursday Oct 20 #

8 AM

Running 23:10 [3] 4.07 km (5:42 / km) +7m 5:39 / km
shoes: Ascii 2000 Oct 2016

3 laps of Lake Jualbup tried to lift the pace on the last lap with some success

Wednesday Oct 19 #

9 AM

Road Cycling 1:15:45 [3] 26.58 km (21.1 kph) +117m
shoes: Avanti Mountain Bike

Easy ride to ChCh, coffee at Little Way - nice muffin

Tuesday Oct 18 #

8 AM

Running 33:58 [3] 5.91 km (5:45 / km) +73m 5:25 / km
shoes: Ascii 2000 Oct 2016

Legs still feeling the effect of the MTBO race on Saturday. Felt better after the DNA Tower, must have been that downhill is easier than uphill!

Sunday Oct 16 #

9 AM

MTBO race 2:33:35 [4] 28.61 km (11.2 kph) +707m
shoes: Avanti Mountain Bike

Australian Long MTBO Champs. It was billed as long and hilly and it lived up to its advertising.

No major mistakes or bad route choices, just not enough energy to match the interstate competition. The winner was 1:45 around 45 minutes quicker than me. I can't see more than 10 minutes of errors mostly around the faint tracks #5 & #6 where is seemed you had to bush bash to get to the control especially #6 where I could not see a track. I don't think I could have ridden much faster. I had to push the bike up 3 or 4 hills and had to walk it down a couple of rough sections of track, which I guess a more accomplished MTB rider would have ridden.

Managed to beat the local competition but the WA riders filled the bottom 3 spots on day

Enjoyed it, and thanks to Ricky and Jack for all their work mapping, setting & controlling.

Very tired at the end!

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