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Training Log Archive: GlenT

In the 7 days ending Jan 13, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering2 2:58:51 9.94(18:00) 16.0(11:11) 38820 /30c66%69.5
  Trail Run1 1:18:33 6.67(11:47) 10.73(7:19) 40949.1
  Road Run1 28:52 3.07(9:24) 4.94(5:51) 2910.9
  Total4 4:46:16 19.68(14:33) 31.67(9:02) 82620 /30c66%129.5
  [1-5]4 4:41:24

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Saturday Jan 13, 2018 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 1:52:41 intensity: (4:37 @0) + (9:04 @1) + (17:31 @2) + (1:00:20 @3) + (9:23 @4) + (11:46 @5) *** 10.15 km (11:06 / km) +212m 10:03 / km
ahr:141 max:208 spiked:11/16c shoes: VJ Falcons 8

Georgia Navigator Cup - Classic Distance at Mistletoe SP - Red course (7.1k straight line, 190m). Map was 1:10000 with 3m contours. Similar to yesterday with gullies and ditches as significant features but also some rock features (including boulders >1m). Some regions of mapped white woods were somewhat junky (light light green?) and had reduced visibility.

Struggled a bit with the navigation, especially on the first three controls (18 minutes to the first control, 200m - passed nearby 3 or 4 times but just didn't see the "1m" rootstock). Misread the terrain on controls 2 and 3. Regrouped and did OK for the rest of the course with small misses on 8 and 12, both of which were smallish features in reduced visibility areas. 20+ minutes of error. 5th of 9 or 10 in M45, somewhere in the middle of the pack overall on Red.

Friday Jan 12, 2018 #

1 PM

Orienteering race 1:06:10 intensity: (41 @1) + (10:44 @2) + (24:30 @3) + (23:15 @4) + (7:00 @5) *** 5.84 km (11:20 / km) +175m 9:51 / km
ahr:139 max:179 spiked:9/14c shoes: VJ Falcons 8

Georgia Navigator Cup - Middle Distance at Hard Labor Creek SP - Red course (4.4k straight line, 120m). Map was 1:10000 with 3m contours. Warm (upper 50s) but raining, which made the footing on steep slopes slippery. Somewhat open woods but both runnability and visibility impacted in the areas mapped as light green (30-40% of the map). Key navigation features are ditches and gullies. Saw one feature (twice) in the terrain which didn't seem to be on the map - of course both times I saw it I wasn't exactly sure where I was, but I can't find anything on the map that looks like how I would expect it to be mapped.

An OK run through the 5th control but then lost the ability to use my compass (operator error, not equipment failure). Crossed one rather steep sided reentrant unnecessarily heading to 6 (4-5 minutes), totally missed on the 150m leg to 7 (4 min) and swung wide then lost contact going to 8 (another 4 minutes). OK the rest of the way in except for small misses on 11and 13. Second in M45, way behind Balter, in a field of about 6.

Wednesday Jan 10, 2018 #

3 PM

Road Run 28:52 intensity: (15 @0) + (6 @1) + (29 @2) + (20:04 @3) + (7:56 @4) + (2 @5) 3.07 mi (9:24 / mi) +29m 9:08 / mi
ahr:138 max:154 shoes: Asics Gel-Nimbus 16

Getting moving again. Lower legs still a little sore from racing. About 40F.

Sunday Jan 7, 2018 #

11 AM

Trail Run race 1:18:33 intensity: (3 @1) + (13 @2) + (6:32 @3) + (1:00:17 @4) + (11:28 @5) 10.73 km (7:19 / km) +409m 6:09 / km
ahr:148 max:160 shoes: Inov8 Arctic Claw 300

Chilly Cheeks Trail Race on Mt. Penn in Reading. It was indeed chilly - in the range of 10-15F during the race, but the sun was out and winds were light. About 1-3 inches of sugary snow on the course although the trail was pretty well defined by the time I went through. Plenty of rocks and some roots and occasional leaf cover so the footing was pretty technical. And there were some hills since we essentially climbed up and over Mt. Penn after running around the south end of it. Wore studded Inov8s.

78th overall (227 total), 4th of 12 in M60-67 which got me a medal since awards went 4 deep for the category. About 15 orienteers at the race (there was a local Junior team training camp plus several DVOAers). I think about 8 got awards (including Greg A winning overall and Wyatt R first master).

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