In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Orienteering||3|| 2:52:10|
| ||Run -- Road/Grass||4|| 2:15:30|
| ||Run -- Trail||5|| 1:39:30|
| ||Total||9|| 6:47:10|
Run -- Road/Grass 55:00 
Urban tribes coaching
Run -- Trail 45:00 
Stockholm Studenters IF Running coaching
Orienteering 40:00 
Shadowing Duncan @ Sågen
Very tired from the weekend
Run -- Road/Grass 24:30 
Orienteering 36:20 
Swedish League Middle Skåne
Feeling physically pretty bad, not recovered well from the long.
Started feeling it was a bit scrappy and with a small miss at no4 and a biggger mistake at no6 where I saw the control but thought it wasnt mine, until I realised it was and had to turn back!
Here is where I got caught up by Anton Forsberg who start 2min behind me. I thought there was a good chance this would happen and expected it to be a faster pace but was actually ok and I was able to orienteer behind him. I fell just before no10 and my house came out the compass so stopped to find it and Anton got a gap so I pushed to catch him and this put me in the red a bit and from there it felt a bit rough. Then I fell again combined with getting tangled with a load of slower runners at control 15 and he got another gap and I didnt have the legs or mind to chase him back again.
The rest went pretty well, I had forgotten my spare compass but it was ok and helped me remember to look further away and use bigger features so was good training!
This was a good experience watching Anton and running without a compass. Lots of lessons to learn!!
Run -- Road/Grass 20:00 
Orienteering 1:35:50 
Swedish League Long -- Helsingborg (almost Denmark)
Open beech forest quite similar to some south England terrain. I tried to run straight pretty much all the time even though there was path options. Thought the terrain was easy running but looks like I lost time with this tactic. Also for some reason I thought I would run 80-85mins so pushed hard from the start and got really tired towards the end. Made a massive mistake where I only used my compass and set it wrong or knocked it so I ran 20degrees or so wrong and came to the path miles away from where I wanted. oops
not a great day but quite fun
Really annoyed about no6, I was really lazy and didnt look at anything but the compass and getting to the big valley. Even when I knew I was going wrong I didnt check what I was doing, just hoped it would turnout ok in the end.
Run -- Road/Grass 36:00 
at Swedish League not running sprint orienteering!!
wise choice as it looked shite and I would have hated it
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