Training Log: Craney
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||2|| 2:16:00|| 15.35||(8:52)|| 24.7||(5:30)|| 1050|
| ||Orienteering||1|| 1:30:00|| 6.21||(14:29)|| 10.0||(9:00)|| 400|
| ||Total||3|| 3:46:00|| 21.56||(10:29)|| 34.7||(6:31)|| 1450|
Running 1:23:00  15.7 km (5:17 / km) +500m 4:34 / km
The Killer from Cotter Crossing. Warm day so took water with me. Bullen Range climbs were steeper than I remembered - hence the name I guess. Last one up to the trig was especially steep and slippery. Trig gone. Found my way okay back through the pines - no evidence of last week’s fire, must’ve been further south. Quite achy again at the end.
Running 53:00  9.0 km (5:53 / km) +550m 4:31 / km
Three Taylors up the three steep rocky paths. Feeling very out of shape but able to keep going consistently (albeit slow). Good workout though.
Orienteering 1:30:00  10.0 km (9:00 / km) +400m 7:30 / km
Various control hanging and collecting on Mt Taylor. Mt Taylor is a cool map with a great variety of terrain types and plenty of challenging and beautiful potential control sites, but most of it is normally ignored in favour of the pleasant enough but very boring flatter section in the north. I had to stretch the guidelines for orange courses in order to make the best use of this terrain, so they were somewhat red - but I justified that on the basis of variety and that it would average out with all of the greeny-oranges that we often get. Shame that the rain made the rocks more treacherous than they would otherwise have been. Fredo’s time was very good - I was about 2:30mins slower on Saturday knowing the course! I don’t know what the best route on the long leg is - probably 4 very similar options where the best depends what you’re strongest at as an individual. To beat Fredo’s split on the widest option you’d need to run around 3:40/km I think.
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