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Training Log Archive: pfc

In the 7 days ending Oct 7, 2005:

activity # timemileskm+m
  MTB (technical)1 3:30:00 24.0(6.9/h) 38.62(11.0/h)
  Map Run1 1:40:00
  Running (trail)2 1:21:00 10.21(7:56) 16.44(4:56)
  Hiking1 1:10:00 4.04(3.5/h) 6.5(5.6/h)
  Orienteering1 16:36 2.21(7:30) 3.56(4:40)21 /21c100%
  Total3 7:57:36 40.46 65.1221 /21c100%

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Friday Oct 7, 2005 #

Orienteering race 9:34 [5] ** 1.9 km (5:02 / km)
spiked:11/11c shoes: Montrail Vitesse II (2006, gra

WCOC Sprint 3 at the Spruce Woods campground. There was a big snowstorm a day or two before, and 6 inch drifts left over. However, my course was flat and mostly snow free. Good warmup event (although no preparation for the coming days!)

Orienteering 7:02 [5] *** 1.66 km (4:14 / km)
spiked:10/10c shoes: Montrail Vitesse II (2006, gra

Ran course 2 sans e-punch, trying to beat Kevin's time. Less trails than the other course.

Sunday Oct 2, 2005 #

Map Run 1:40:00 [3] ***
shoes: Montrail Vitesse II (2006, gra

Map run - about 40 min off the North Country Trail in the Porcupine lake wilderness, and about 60 min on the Telemark west map. Need to brush out the navigation cobwebs for next weekend.

Running (trail) 30:00 [3] 4.0 mi (7:30 / mi)
shoes: Montrail Vitesse II (2006, gra

Out and back along the North Country Trail east of CR D, north of Lake Namekagon

Saturday Oct 1, 2005 #


Murphy-Hanrehan O-meet

Running (trail) 51:00 [3] * 10.0 km (5:06 / km)
shoes: Montrail Vitesse II (2006, gra

Sunrise run over to the N End ski hut and back around the south end of Mt Telemark, across the ski hill.

Hiking 1:10:00 [2] * 6.5 km (5.6 kph)
shoes: Denver Salomons

Scenery hike through the area west of the lodge.

MTB (technical) 3:30:00 [3] * 24.0 mi (6.9 mph)

Did the whole Rock Lake trail including the new singletrack around Hildebrand Lake. There were several uphill rock gardens that looked suspiciously unnatural, so I didn't try to overdo it (45 minutes from the road.) Came around the Glacier trail, and stopped for lunch at N30. Then S and E around Patsy Lake, then N up the Namekagon trail to the town hall where I ate the other half of my lunch. Right as I started back to Rock Lake, I caught a branch in my rear derailleur and tore it up. I was able to take a few links out of the chain and go singlespeed down the ski trail to the gravel road to the main road - but it looks like the biking is done for this weekend. Well, still another day for lots of map running!

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