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Training Log: Lard

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Bike1 2:12:00 32.31(4:05) 52.0(2:32)
  Orienteering3 2:04:11 8.47 13.63 410
  Pilates1 45:00
  Run1 35:00 3.11(11:16) 5.0(7:00) 70
  Total6 5:36:11 43.88 70.63 480
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Wednesday May 23 #

12 PM

Road Bike 2:12:00 [3] 52.0 km (2:32 / km)

Sunny afternoon developing so planned to work from Aberfoyle then ride the Loch Katrine loop from work. Blumming bumpy climb up to Invertrossachs, cafe then a more pleasant if not more undulating surface round Katrine. Legs starting to tire on Dukes. Co-op in Ab for some milk then back. Lovely!
6 PM

Orienteering 20:00 [1]

Yellow course with running girl. Great evening for it!

Tuesday May 22 #

6 PM

Run 35:00 [3] 5.0 km (7:00 / km) +70m 6:33 / km

Kia Estate with Dixie. Lovely. But left foot still sore from weekend. No running for a few days.

Monday May 21 #

12 PM

Pilates 45:00 [1]

SNH Pilates - just the ticket!

Sunday May 20 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 34:53 [4] 4.93 km (7:05 / km) +100m 6:26 / km

BOC Relays M40 - First team, second leg with Rog and Dave G.
I attacked this course and enjoyed it but missed at 4 (1 min) and near the end (1 min) so failed in my primary aim of going clean.
SYO were too good for us today - Andy P had a brilliant 1st leg and they stayed there thereafter. SILVER for Team FVO 1, Bronze for FVO 2 (incl Brad's 2nd GB Champs medal in 4 months!).

Great weekend!

Saturday May 19 #

1 PM

Orienteering race 1:09:18 [4] 8.7 km (7:58 / km) +310m 6:46 / km

BOC Long Distance Champs, Balmoral.
Nervous about this and not sure about my form but as soon as I was climbing over the hill towards one all thoughts were away and I was into the map and running for sheer pleasure. I haven't had that feeling of fitness and terrain ability this year yet and it was a real joy to be able to attack the course and feel like I was going well. Steve Nich was kind to us and we circumvented the first hill rather than climb which was a bonus for me. I missed big time at 4 (5 mins) but seen as I'd caught Fraser (who'd missed bigger) I assumed that most folk would miss time here and wasn't so neg'd out by it. Unfortunately I missed 5 too (1 min) which was all down to just compass running and not map reading. I wasn't that clean for the rest of the course but the combination of strong running and minor misses helped secure a SILVER medal, 4 mins behind Andy S. Yippee!

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