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Training Log Archive: RichT

In the 7 days ending Aug 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Walk1 4:00:00 8.0(30:00) 12.88(18:38)
  Orienteering3 2:54:10 3.6 5.8 230
  Run1 35:17 3.44(10:15) 5.54(6:22)
  Total5 7:29:27 15.04 24.21 230

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Sunday Aug 4 #

4 PM

Run 35:17 [3] 3.44 mi (10:15 / mi)
ahr:135 max:146 shoes: Asics Gel Nimbus 21

Steady loop to try out new shoes on warm humid day.
Down to Ropewalk, along to Sports Centre, up Oakwood Drive to Meeting House Lane & Big Dipper.
Sore back from digging gave slow first mile and then gradually felt body loosening up. Cruised up Croftlands and up Big Dipper without any great effort.

Friday Aug 2 #

1 PM

Orienteering race 1:08:18 [4] 5.8 km (11:47 / km) +230m 9:50 / km

S6D5 - Craig A Barnes.
Worst planned course I have run this year.
M65L looked lovely - M60L was CRAP.
3 short controls in the woods and then 10 on the moorland - CRAP.

Wednesday Jul 31 #

11 AM

Walk 4:00:00 [3] 8.0 mi (30:00 / mi)

Walk from Highlandman Station to GlenTurret distillery and return.

Tuesday Jul 30 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 37:43 [4]
ahr:143 max:160

S6D3 -

Monday Jul 29 #

12 PM

Orienteering race 1:08:09 [4]
ahr:144 max:166

S6D2 - Edinchip
Nearly arrived late for the start!
Grind uphill towards #1 & #2 - no proper warm-up.
Wasn't sure whether we had to use crossing points so spent some seconds considering that before changing direction to use them. Then completely misread the map and was thinking control was on far side of the river. Realised in time.
Slog to #4 and then running too fast downhill without navigating behind Roger Thomas (different course) and wrong line from moor into woods. Took a couple of minutes to relocate and correct.
#6 ok, thrown off line by unmarked hazard tapes near old railway embankmenton way to #7. Cost 1min.
Long leg to #8 was distracted by Simon Hunter running and talking away in front. Lost focus and binned a couple of mins close to the end, going too high & relocating off path.
With Graham McIntyre next few controls - led him to #9, he led to #10.
Long leg to #11 decided to go straight, then maybe left, then right, then decided on straight again. Graham headed right after crossing the railway embankment & took a minute out of me running along the path, but I was happy to navigate cleanly through the marshes.
Bit contrived making the river OOB without any extra controls on bridges - clean through rest.

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