In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||2|| 3:04:06|| 19.44||(9:28)|| 31.28||(5:53)|| 882|
| ||Orienteering||2|| 2:05:07|| 11.23||(11:09)|| 18.07||(6:55)|| 474|
| ||Total||4|| 5:09:13|| 30.66||(10:05)|| 49.35||(6:16)|| 1356|
Orienteering race 42:04  8.49 km (4:57 / km) +87m 4:43 / km
BUOS #2 - Henleaze & Horfield
Not a lot of speed after last night, but legs felt ok and a little off the pace.
A few minor wobbles where overshot small paths, namely 2-3 and at no.7.
Along way down on Eddie, unsurprisingly and 3 1/2 minutes down on Phil
Running 1:44:46  17.86 km (5:52 / km) +522m 5:07 / km
DRC Tyesday Run - Longer one tonight - out via Coaley to Fricester Hill and up to Coaley Peak and back along Cotswold Way.
Getting up the hills reasonably well again.
Back a little bit sore by end.
Running 1:19:20  13.42 km (5:55 / km) +360m 5:13 / km
Easyish afternoon run up through Folly /Dingle Woods, Bowcott Farm and stony track through fields to Laycombe and back via Waterley Bottom and Ashen Plains.
Orienteering race 1:23:03  9.58 km (8:40 / km) +387m 7:13 / km
NGOC League - Cooper's Hill
Legs very heavy and sore from the off and never really got going. Also, a pretty scrappy run.
No. 3 - went in early then came back out and then too far along path before going back in!!
No. 5 - drifted and turned left when got to detailed contours, instead of right
No. 6 (a typical gratuitous NGOC control low down in reentrant where it was just down and back up - although I was far too south and beyond control!!
No. 16 - climbed up to top path, but possibly quicker to contour to lower path then up path, but probably not much in it, but too far right on control and very hesitant into it.
No. 17 - bearing north should have been easy, but compass needle just would not settle and lost confidence and drifted left and then Adam put me off, as when we got to path he went even further left, luckily I worked out the light green and found control before him!!
No. 20 just seemed too far south, which again hit my confidence
No. 24 - too high, but it was a platform in a relatively flat bit of wood, with nothing to attack from (and hidden behind a fallen tree)
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