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Training Log Archive: Frostbite

In the 7 days ending Apr 29:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running4 3:59:10 24.9(9:36) 40.07(5:58)
  orienteering1 1:16:59 5.53(13:55) 8.9(8:39) 175
  Terrain running1 51:40 4.5(11:29) 7.24(7:08) 350
  Total6 6:07:49 34.93(10:32) 56.22(6:33) 525

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Sunday Apr 29 #

orienteering 1:16:59 [3] 8.9 km (8:39 / km) +175m 7:53 / km

West Haigh and New Park Springs, Brown course. Very slow, just plodding around. One mistake on a pit where I was stood a few yards from it but couldn't see either the pit or the flag, went away and found a bigger unmapped pit, came back to the right place and found it the second time. 1 minute lost.

Many many minutes lost just bumbling along, couldn't go any faster again. 20th out of 25. Al Buckley won in 52.

Saturday Apr 28 #

running 50:00 [2] 4.7 mi (10:38 / mi)

Seven arches. Couldn't go any faster.

Friday Apr 27 #

running 1:29:10 [3] 9.0 mi (9:54 / mi)

Lindley Bridge to Fewston Dam and back. Pleasant scenery, miserable day. The middle section of the valley from Dob Park onwards has gate after gate every 100m or so, hard to get going.

Very wet and quite cold.

Don't know why I bother saying that. Only 3 days this year have not been wet and cold.

Thursday Apr 26 #

Terrain running 51:40 [4] 4.5 mi (11:29 / mi) +350m 9:15 / mi

Woodhouse Ridge and Sugarwell Hill. Absolutely died coming back up the Ridge. I had to walk up the last big hill. Poor.

Wednesday Apr 25 #

running 44:30 [3] 4.7 mi (9:28 / mi)

Seven Arches.

Tuesday Apr 24 #

running 55:30 [4] 6.5 mi (8:32 / mi)

Woodhouse Ridge, Sugarwell, Stainbeck, Tunnel How Hill. Put a bit of effort into the hills. I wanted to get it over with really, wet and cold.

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