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Discussion: Question raised by last sentence in the entry

in: cporter; cporter > 2009-02-01

Feb 2, 2009 8:20 PM # 
Is this a manual butt or an automatic butt?

BTW, I really hope you didn't notice that the climb for the course was listed in feet rather than meters? If not, wow!
Feb 3, 2009 1:33 AM # 
you've ridden in my car before...manual of course! where were you on sunday BTW? people were wondering why you weren't at the meet. i even made sure that my dish i brought for the meeting was vegan in the event that there wasn't much there for you to eat.

i'm a bit confused about the climb as well. on QOC's results page the climb is listed in meters, but i thought i remebered that it was in feet in the course notes - it would make more sense if it were feet because i am positive that the contour intervals were 15 ft. still, feet or meters, it felt like a lot of climb for a sprint.
Feb 3, 2009 3:17 AM # 
Nice to be missed. And catered for, though I haven't found the food selection to be a problem in the past. Unfortunately, I'm injured - should have formally marked myself so on the 20th of last month. Having run at Greenbelt while still thinking I hadn't really done anything too serious to myself, and suffered the relapsing consequences, I decided it was the better part of valour to sit this weekend out and hopefully therefore be able to ski during my visit to Ottawa next weekend and, if not quite sprint, at least run at a decent clip at the sprint training camp in Vancouver the following weekend. A pity to miss the meeting even if I couldn't run but a restful day in town is kind of a nice thing too.

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