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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Oct 17, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 3:08:37 14.35(13:08) 23.1(8:10) 820
  Running1 46:35 5.14 8.27
  Total3 3:55:12 19.49 31.37 820

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Sunday Oct 17, 2004 #

Orienteering 1:29:03 [4] 12.2 km (7:18 / km) +460m 6:08 / km

US Champs - Day 2. Less cold, still physical, and not too technical. Caught Eddie early and sped up, hoping he'd run with me. We took different route choices going into 3, however, and I was alone again. Ran well until about 11, and then suddenly began to feel very tired. Pushed hard towards the end, but still the energy wasn't there, and I lost some time just on running speed. Still, I was very happy with my result - 7th overall, 5th American, I think. My goal after missing the team at the Team Trials was to make top 5 at the US Champs, and I am quite satisfied with this result.
Also, congratulations are in order to Will for kicking our butts, and a great thank you to Brian and the whole MNOC crew for making an awesome US Champs at a great location possible!

Saturday Oct 16, 2004 #

Orienteering 1:09:53 [4] 9.0 km (7:46 / km) +360m 6:28 / km

US Champs - Day 1. Very cold and snowy in Northern Wisonsin. A physical course, but not as technical as I had expected. I made about 4 minutes in errors, including about a minute when i dropped my SI and control descriptions after a nasty fall and went back to look for both, luckily finding the SI. Caught Leif in the end and ran the last several legs with him.

Orienteering 29:41 [1] 1.9 km (15:37 / km)

Map-hiking the US Team Fundraiser Sprint with Amy. Fun course! The timing of the race- between two days of the US Champs - once again demonstrated the need for a separate Sprint class of A-Meets that need to start taking place in the US.

Tuesday Oct 12, 2004 #

Running 38:35 [3] 5.14 mi (7:30 / mi)

Easy road run after school. Ankle hurt a bit, but should be ok by Telemark. Main problem this week is not getting enough sleep, with grading, college recs to write, the Yankee games and presidential debates to watch, and GREs to take.

Running 8:00 [5]

8 strides on grass

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