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Training Log Archive: Soupbone

In the 7 days ending Nov 12:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering Meet2 3:30:16 8.77(23:58) 14.12(14:54) 39420 /26c76%
  Orienteering Related1 50:00 1.86(26:49) 3.0(16:40)
  Running1 50:00 4.1(12:12) 6.6(7:35)
  Total4 5:10:16 14.74(21:03) 23.72(13:05) 39420 /26c76%

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Sunday Nov 12 #

9 AM

Orienteering Meet race 1:11:26 intensity: (5 @1) + (3:12 @2) + (24:51 @3) + (28:35 @4) + (14:43 @5) **** 7.52 km (9:30 / km) +199m 8:24 / km
ahr:143 max:175 spiked:12/13c shoes: Ice bug blue new

Day 2 US champs. I was determined to stay in contact and read the map.
It was going great till one of the 2 long legs. My plan to no 9 was to run the creek all the way to the control. Come off the hill from 8 and went to far west and made a parallel error on the wrong ridge. Lost 7-9 minutes on that control.
So one mistake soupbone as usual. Still very very enjoyable run, course and meet overall.
Thanks to all who hosted this awesome Champs this weekend.

Saturday Nov 11 #

Orienteering Meet race 2:18:50 [3] **** 6.6 km (21:02 / km) +195m 18:20 / km
spiked:8/13c shoes: Ice bug blue new

US champs at Beaver Dam Run.
Could be about the worst run I’ve done since Chicago meets lately.
Could not Orienteer my way out of a paper bag.
Took over an hour to get number 2 after losing a few minutes on number 1.
6 and 9 were bad also. I could just not get my head into the map today. Possible reasons were I’ve been on too many 1/7500 maps lately.
I thought the this would be more distinct terrain to read, but it was more suttle.
After I found two it was really fun to get moving again.

Friday Nov 10 #

Orienteering Related 50:00 [2] 3.0 km (16:40 / km)
shoes: Ice Bug 1

Model event at Prince William National Forest. Flew in the am to Baltimore and got to the hotel room around noon. Do plenty of time to get to the model. Except we could not print maps at hotel. So we went with pics on the phone. Shortly after starting in these beautiful woods I stepped on a slippery log and landed on both hands, one held a compass and one held my phone. The compass went boom boom. The phone was fine. Little bit later the juice died in my phone. Luckley I was with a friend whose phone still had power and I just sorta of looked at his and followed him, but also using memory O.
Looking forward to such fantastic Woods this weekend.

Tuesday Nov 7 #

Running 50:00 [2] 6.6 km (7:35 / km)
shoes: Silver Solomon

Another slow dog run at Bristol Woods.

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