Register | Login
Attackpoint - performance and training tools for orienteering athletes

Training Log Archive: bishop22

In the 1 days ending Sep 3, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 51:56 3.54(14:40) 5.7(9:07)11 /14c78%
  Golfing1 18:00
  Running1 17:48 2.23(7:59) 3.59(4:58)
  Total1 1:27:44 5.77 9.2911 /14c78%

«»
1:27
0:00
» now
Su

Sunday Sep 3, 2006 #

Golfing 18:00 [1]

Club Champs, Day 2. Opened with 6 bogeys, but finished the front well, for a 42. The wheels almost came off on the back with a triple/double on 13/14, but I settled down for an 89. I hadn't played the back (except 10 & 11 yesterday) since July.

Running warm up/down 17:48 [2] 2.23 mi (7:59 / mi)

6:57 w/u
10:51 w/d

Parked by Devil's Bathtub and jogged up to the ROC Green practice course start, then back to the lot from the finish. I also went and verified that C4 was indeed missing with a careful study of the area afterwards.

Orienteering 51:56 [4] *** 5.7 km (9:07 / km)
spiked:11/14c

Ran the semi-permanent green course from 7/30 at Mendon. Tried to maintain roughly tempo pace on the straight running sections, since the team was supposed to do a tempo run today. Pretty accurate navigation, with the following problems:
C4 - missing; I ran up the correct reentrant, didn't see a streamer (and didn't remember exactly where it was last time), so I went to the trail, turned left, and checked the next reentrant (that wasn't the correct shape/direction) before moving on
C8 - missing; I did not stay up on the spur initially for my attack, but I got there and saw the control location, but no streamer. I spent about two minutes verifying that I didn't make a parallel error before moving on.
C9 - missing; I cut down from the trail just a bit late, but the tip of the swamp is very pronounced, so it was quick to see there was no streamer.

I did find the C13 streamer this time. I am quite certain it is right of the line and/or short of the circle, since it was too long to run out to the little shed after tagging the streamer.

« Earlier | Later »