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Training Log Archive: Angus Beef

In the 7 days ending Aug 16, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  skiing3 19:00:00
  soccer2 2:20:00
  Total5 21:20:00

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Sunday Aug 16, 2009 #

soccer (game) 1:10:00 [5]

Much better game today. I played better and so did everyone else AND....
WE WON!! 3-2. stuffed that teams chances of getting to the semis. hehe. we verse them next week too so we'll see if they can beat us. It was so hot playing today too made it a bit harder and their grounds like rock.

Saturday Aug 15, 2009 #

soccer (Game) 1:10:00 [4]

We lost 4-0 and i played shit. very disappointed with my performance :(

Wednesday Aug 12, 2009 #

skiing (Perisher/Smiggs) 5:00:00 [5]

I skied down the straight hill and the last T-bar a number of times before the lesson. The instructor took us over to the jump course at perisher. That was fun. then we came back and i went off and found a mad track through the trees. It was pretty hard and i nearly fell off. So much fun. :D
By the end of the three days i was skiing quite well and going fast down the slopes. I was pleased with myself and i didnt fall off again. Only twice over the three days :D


left the snow and headed straight home. Again it was boring and i was tired. I defiantly want to go back again next year :D Though.

Tuesday Aug 11, 2009 #

skiing (Perisher/Smiggs) 7:00:00 [5]

Had lessons at the same time until lunch then in free time skied across to perisher and went on a few of the slopes over there. Great fun. in the lessons he taught us how to turn better and quicker and i started to go a lot faster down the slopes. Didn't fall over at all :)

Monday Aug 10, 2009 #

skiing (Perisher/smiggins) 7:00:00 [5]

We arrived at smiggins at about 9:30 and started lessons. Learned how to put the skis on and just how to move around on them. then started on the small slope with the belt to get back to the top. learnt parallel skiing and turning. The instructor was good and he told us to try the J-bars after the lessons. Soooooooooooo much fun when you first go down the slopes. Such a great feeling that i have never experienced before. At the end of the day i had done the J-bars about fifteen times and fallen only twice excluding falling off the T-bars.

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