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Training Log Archive: jjcote

In the 7 days ending May 14, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:48:17 10.1(16:40) 16.25(10:21) 54527 /36c75%
  Road running1 57:31 6.5(8:51) 10.46(5:30) 189
  Assorted1 15:00 2.0(7:30) 3.22(4:40)
  Total4 4:00:48 18.6(12:57) 29.93(8:03) 73427 /36c75%

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Sunday May 14, 2006 #

Orienteering race 2:14:34 [3] *** 12.55 km (10:43 / km) +450m 9:06 / km
spiked:20/25c

Billygoat, Macedonia Brook. Busted myself on a few routes by opting for some contouring to save climb, but it probably would have been faster if I had just sucked it up and gone over the top instead of sidehilling. Only one or two real navigational errors, but recovery was pretty quick in both cases. Skip choice seems to have been okay, and allowed me to get ahead of Saeger and Mokszycki at the end.

Saturday May 13, 2006 #

Orienteering race 14:20 [3] *** 1.8 km (7:58 / km) +50m 7:00 / km
spiked:5/6c

Pre-Billygoat sprint #1, Pond Mtn. Not too bad, just a little bobble at #4 due to features on the map being covered by the course.

Orienteering race 19:23 [3] *** 1.9 km (10:12 / km) +45m 9:07 / km
spiked:2/5c

Pre-Billygoat sprint #2, Pond Mtn. Decidedly less good. "Small" bobble on #2 that actually amounted to a few minutes, way too much for a sprint. Not clean enough on #3, and overran #4 as well. Ugh.

Wednesday May 10, 2006 #

Road running 57:31 [3] 6.5 mi (8:51 / mi) +189m 8:07 / mi

Gilchrest St.x 4. Boring, but as Peter would say, at least I got out. Cool, drizzly day, and not motivated to go sloshing around in the woods. Compared to Morningside, this hill seems as flat as, well... as flat as a rail trail. Splits 13:39, 14:40, 14:50, 14:22. The last round trip definitely had more vigor, because I knew I was approaching the end, but it was also getting pretty hard to see (fading light and wet glasses).

Tuesday May 9, 2006 #

Assorted 15:00 [2] 2.0 mi (7:30 / mi)

Pushed/rode/scootered Stephen's bicycle to the bus stop, then when he arrived, I chased him home while he rode.

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