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Training Log: simmo

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road cycling4 9:58:22 138.91(4:18) 223.55(2:41)
  Orienteering1 42:51 2.24(19:09) 3.6(11:54)
  Running1 29:30 3.07(9:37) 4.94(5:58)
  Total6 11:10:43 144.21(4:39) 232.09(2:53)
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Sunday Mar 26 #

Orienteering race 19:55 [4] 1.4 km (14:14 / km)
shoes: X-Talon 190

NavDash Short course at John Curtin College, Freo. Got caught by the levels early, but should have looked more closely at the map to see where the centre of the circle was at 2, and maybe wouldn't have taken the stairs route. Lost about 1 minute there, then another 30 secs taking the wrong route choice to 6, but the biggest loss was 2 mins 30 at 12, again not really looking at the map and finding a route.

Good course, executed some of it well but need to concentrate harder. Garmin says I did 2.2kms.

Orienteering race 22:56 [4] 2.2 km (10:25 / km)
shoes: X-Talon 190

Long course at John Curtin, handled the levels better but probably because I'd already been through some of them. Forgot to start the Garmin so no route to show. Might have missed a better route from 8-9, but otherwise a good run.

Saturday Mar 25 #

Road cycling 1:35:53 [3] 33.63 km (2:51 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Shorter version of West Coast ride with PP.

Friday Mar 24 #

Road cycling 2:49:33 [3] 63.65 km (2:40 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Around the river with Friday group, stopped in North Freo for Fizzyred's puncture. After muffin at The Other Side PP and I came home via Nedlands, South Perth and East Perth.

Thursday Mar 23 #

Running 29:30 [3] 4.94 km (5:58 / km)
shoes: Asics Gel Pursue 2

Hyde Park laps.

Note
(sick)

Using intermittent catheters has been going ok, getting more used to it but it's still unpleasant and inconvenient.

Saw the urologist last week, and TURP has been booked in for 22nd May, 10 days or so after I get back from NZ and Melbourne. Will be out of action with a catheter and bag strapped to my leg for 2-3 weeks afterwards, maybe more.

He organised a test and it appears I've got a UTI and now on antibiotics. Not uncommon I'm told with intermittent catheters.

Oh, and my Dad died last Tuesday (14th) aged 101, wasn't unexpected. He was quite happy after his 100th and at that time said he was looking forward to a few more years, but half-way through his 101st year he became more frail, and then really gave up wanting to go on.

Funeral was Tuesday just gone, lovely service, and some good friends there, as well as family and Dad's carers. Choked up a couple of times giving the eulogy, but got through it.

Wednesday Mar 22 #

Road cycling 2:34:03 [3] 56.7 km (2:43 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Mt Henry ride, very strong NW'ly made Mt Henry to Swanbourne tough.

Monday Mar 20 #

Road cycling 2:58:53 [3] 69.57 km (2:34 / km)
shoes: Bike: Beemer Auto

Two rivers ride, Easterlies - not great.

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