Running race (Trail) 3:00:00 
Giant's Rib Raid. First women's team and in the top half overall. The QuantiGHO Bees made it, although some better than others. Bash was a machine, keeping our pace honest and constant. The navigating wasn't extremely difficult, with two road running sections that were not the most fun. I never did get really cold, even though it was below freezing the entire race, and snowing for most of it. There was a bit of snow on the ground, enough in places to hide the wet spots in the woods. Some interesting times: climbing up the ski slope that was covered in snow and ice, tip-toeing our way through a very wet marshy area, linking arms to cross an ice cold river up to mid-calf, climbing down into a deep, tight crevasse for a control. Speaking of calves, about halfway through, my calves started cramping up off and on, and the whole time I was running they always felt like they were on verge of cramping. So, I ran the rest of the race in a heightened state of anticipation. I'm glad I did it, but I'm not 100% certain I would do it again. Maybe.
Orienteering race 2:03:00  ***
There were several variations of orienteering and maps used, including a line-O, using Google aerial maps, maps with no features but the ones the controls were on, and a 1:2000 section.