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Training Log Archive: rockman

In the 7 days ending Nov 24, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering1 1:09:40 2.11(32:59) 3.4(20:29) 100
  5k parkrun1 1:03:20 3.11(20:23) 5.0(12:40) 15
  cartography2 4:00
  Total4 2:17:00 5.22 8.4 115
  [1-5]2 2:13:00
averages - weight:74kg

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Wednesday Nov 22, 2017 #

cartography (YarrowitchPS) 1:00 [0] ***
weight:73.4kg

setting up basemap for school remote mapping

Tuesday Nov 21, 2017 #

cartography (newcastle streetmaps) 3:00 [0] ***
weight:73.7kg

tidying up and georeferencing street maps - sometimes I wonder where some mappers get their source material from - some of the distortions can surely only have come from a map on the surface of a slowly deflating balloon ;-p

Sunday Nov 19, 2017 #

orienteering race (NSW sprint) 1:09:40 [4] *** 3.4 km (20:29 / km) +100m 17:52 / km
weight:75kg shoes: armcrutches 2

NSW Sprint champs at PLC Pymble - when too many stairs was barely enough.
Decided in the start box that there was no way I was going up the stairs in front of me, no matter what the alternative route was - fortunately #1 was off to the right and the logical choice did not go straight ahead. Spent the rest of the course pickiing ramps and slopes instead of stairs wherever possible - within those constraints mostly happy with nav, apart from on unnecessary climb early on, and going back from #8 to #7 instead of #9

Enjoyed the area, certainly needed to be at 1:3000 because of detail in some areasround the buildings, which I can't see being generalised and remaining usable, especially near control sites.

Note: high temp spike (39.1) on Sunday afternoon/evening was a worry, but settled down before we had to commit to medical intervention.

Saturday Nov 18, 2017 #

5k parkrun (Cooks River) 1:03:20 [4] 5.0 km (12:40 / km) +15m 12:29 / km
shoes: armcrutches 2

2nd parkrun at Cooks River; slowed a bit on 2nd loop

cool, with light shower at start of 2nd loop; nearly missed turn at Cup & Saucer Ck near end of 1st loop because no-one else was around just then - about the only time on the run.

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