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Training Log Archive: David_Waller

In the 7 days ending Mar 5, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Field checking2 4:00:00
  Orienteering1 55:21 2.42(22:50) 3.9(14:12)9 /11c81%
  Trail running1 50:00 5.0(10:00) 8.05(6:13)
  Control. pickup1 35:00
  Total5 6:20:21 7.42 11.959 /11c81%

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Thursday Mar 3, 2011 #

2 PM

Field checking 2:00:00 [1]
shoes: Inov8-MudrockIII

Field checking in Western/Peffer. Nice to be out in the woods, not dealing with drunk undergrads or George Clooney
4 PM

Trail running 50:00 [3] 5.0 mi (10:00 / mi)
shoes: Inov8-MudrockIII

A nice run in MUNA

Tuesday Mar 1, 2011 #

3 PM

Field checking 2:00:00 [1]
shoes: Inov8-MudrockIII

Field checking and hanging streamers in Peffer and a bit of Western.

Sunday Feb 27, 2011 #

11 AM

Orienteering 55:21 [4] *** 3.9 km (14:12 / km)
spiked:9/11c shoes: Inov8-MudrockIII

Just coming off being sick, I didn't want to relapse and so I decided to run Brown. It was a good decision. Ben and Stephanie set a really wonderful, but dificult brown, and I definitely got as much exertion as I needed. The park was very runnable, the map was excellent, and the weather was great.

Ran clean except for a big screw-up on 3 (veered left, saw a beginner control in the distance and ran for it, then found out that it wasn't mine and had to backtrack to mine) and a small screw-up on 10 (veered left, overshot, and had to attack from the trail).

But after reviewing my course, I'm pretty sure that I can add a couple more route choice mistakes to my list: (a) attacking 4 from the saddle instead of going around the hill, and (b) using trails too much from 5-6. I regard the post-race regret over route choices as the sign of a well-designed course. Nice job, Ben & Stephanie.
4 PM

Control. pickup 35:00 [2]

Got a few advanced controls north of the road. This is a pretty nice park.

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