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Training Log: AliC

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 2:47:29 5.53 8.9 25519c
  Running3 1:06:00 6.15 9.9
  Rowing1 20:00
  Total4 4:13:29 11.68 18.8 25519c
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Sunday Aug 19 #

Running 7:00 [1]

Orienteering race 42:27 [3]

NAOC Middle @ Lewes Lake

Woo, fun orienteering! Easily the most technical (aside maybe from the end of yesterday's long) that I've done in awhile. Felt like a middle for sure. And the arena was amazingly gorgeous. Feel so luck to be up here!

And I kinda won, but didn't really win. I won W21E, but Emma W. running W20E beat me, which is awesome.

And my race went ok. Felt like I wasn't physically pushing hard, but I was mentally. The fact that I still made some 30s-45s mistakes meant I couldn't go much faster than I was. I even almost really blew it by going to (and punching!) 17 (the GO control) before 16. Very thankful to have saved it!

Saturday Aug 18 #

Running 8:00 [1]

Orienteering 1:22:12 [4] 8.9 km (9:14 / km) +255m 8:05 / km
19c

NAOC long @ Croucher Creek

Guess I'm going to Norway next summer! Won in a fairly tight race with Emily (~2 min). Made my first big mistake in awhile (vagueness at #10), but otherwise I think did really well with the less technical portion before the spectator control.

Then we entered the zone of karst terrain. I tried to channel memories of SMOC terrain and I'm sure my 2 years there helped a lot. But I still had to go very slowly and even with that messed up a very short leg 14->15 and was quite hesitant throughout. Still, I found that portion much more fun b/c challenging.

Friday Aug 17 #

Event: NAOC 2018
 

Orienteering 42:50 [1]

Thursday Aug 16 #

Note

Made it to Whitehorse!! Sylvia traveled relatively well, but it's kinda a workout just keeping such an active squirmer contained for the flights!!! our AirBnB in down town Whitehorse is super cute. A walk around town yesterday gave us a bit of a feel for the place and holy moly does the Yukon River really book it - it's carrying a lot of water at quite a high speed, impressive!

Wednesday Aug 15 #

Rowing 20:00 [1]

Canoe to road and back, solo.

Running 51:00 [1] 6.15 mi (8:18 / mi)

Right quad still sore from long run, so took it easy instead of intervals.

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