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Training Log Archive: DaveR

In the 7 days ending Mar 30:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 4:55:30 17.03(17:21) 27.4(10:47) 900
  Cycling-commuting4 3:12:00 48.34(3:58) 77.8(2:28)
  Running-Garscube1 45:00 4.47(10:04) 7.2(6:15)
  Circuit training1 40:00
  Total6 9:32:30 69.84 112.4 900

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Saturday Mar 30 #

Orienteering 36:30 [3] 5.0 km (7:18 / km) +130m 6:28 / km

Scottish Middle Distance Champs
Lovely area, managed to mispunch near the end (2 m18s made the same mistake). Might actually have to look at control codes. Would have been 3rd behind Charlie and Jon if only I'd done it properly.

Orienteering warm up/down 25:00 [3] 2.3 km (10:52 / km) +180m 7:49 / km

Climb to the start.

Friday Mar 29 #

Cycling-commuting 24:30 [3] 9.8 km (2:30 / km)

Felt like a headwind, might even have been a very gentle breeze.

Cycling-commuting 23:00 [3] 9.4 km (2:27 / km)

Got a good tow along Maryhill Rd from a proper roadie (who wasn't going flat out).

Thursday Mar 28 #

Cycling-commuting 27:00 [3] 10.8 km (2:30 / km)

Cycling-commuting 23:00 [3] 9.4 km (2:27 / km)

Wednesday Mar 27 #

Cycling-commuting 22:30 [3] 9.8 km (2:18 / km)

Slightly later than usual. Entertainingly fast, helped by a tow from a bus along the Garscube 50 limit :-)

Cycling-commuting 23:30 [3] 9.4 km (2:30 / km)

Got a good tow from a fast cyclist.

Circuit training 40:00 [3]

Final Garscube communal S&C session of the year.

Tuesday Mar 26 #

Cycling-commuting 24:30 [3] 9.8 km (2:30 / km)

Cycling-commuting 24:00 [3] 9.4 km (2:33 / km)

Running-Garscube 45:00 [3] 7.2 km (6:15 / km)

Sunday Mar 24 #

Orienteering 2:55:00 [3] 14.5 km (12:04 / km) +340m 10:48 / km

Controlling at Falkland. Interestingly varied forest. Made my task harder by leaving my compass in the car.

Orienteering 59:00 [3] 5.6 km (10:32 / km) +250m 8:37 / km

The last wee bit of controlling at Falkland. Very windy up on the hill. Took a compass, but didn't take it out of my rucksack.

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