Whilst I can run, the ankle just isn't ready for slippery slopes/brambles/brash. Set out slowly with head not in it, and really showed by lack of doing any actual orienteering.
Found 1 ok as very visible, went via a different 1 first just in case the bike track was in the wrong place on the map. Very cautious on the vertical drops into the valley, and equally cautious on the muddy scramble holding onto tree roots up the other side - guess I went up the hatched out bit - but was running on intuition rather than having looked at the map since 1.
Mostly path route to 3, again not much navigating as been to that site many times. Skipped 4 as contours suggested poor for ankle, and again looped around 5-8 without much reference to the map, shown by talking to Judith and ending with "I've no idea where I'm supposed to be going". 9 and 10 I did actually use map to find control sites :-)
Bit of silly route for half of 14. When I looked at map saw the obvious path and took it. Tried safe route for 16-17 around but managed to trip over on the down so slowed even more. Missed 18 first time - but was on perfect line to it (from rough point-and-run bearing from path to W), distracted by people too low and overshot without seeing it. Knew I was too low so turned and saw it straight away.
OK course and nice to get out in terrain - and do a bit more running. Think maybe due to take a few months break from forest running as ankle has some way to go until I will be confident off the tracks again.
Have more confidence in the HR readings from this one, but I was technically dead for 3 minutes around control 12.