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Training Log Archive: Ollie

In the 7 days ending Jul 26, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling6 40:07:00 550.78(4:22) 886.4(2:43)
  Total6 40:07:00 550.78(4:22) 886.4(2:43)

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Sunday Jul 26, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 5:43:00 [3] 117.5 km (2:55 / km)
shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

Wolferton to Whittlesford Station. With Chris. Strong headwind except for the last section after Cambridge, made it very hard going, the flat Fen offering no protection from the wind.

Saturday Jul 25, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 7:26:00 [3] 181.5 km (2:27 / km)
(injured) shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

Kirmington (just south of Hull) to Wolferton (just north of King's Lynn) via Lincoln and Boston. Fast, especially for the second half, which was very flat and with a slight tail-wind. Tendon also fixed itself (weird!)

Friday Jul 24, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 6:58:00 [3] 143.5 km (2:55 / km)
(injured) shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

Whitby to Kirmington (just south of Hull). Tendon on inside left knee flared up late in the day. Crossing the Humber Bridge was spectacular.

Thursday Jul 23, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 6:48:00 [3] 148.0 km (2:45 / km)
shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

Morpeth to Whitby, via Newcastle, Durham and Stockton. Tough day, with the big hills near the end. Sandsend and Whitby are very pleasant though.

Wednesday Jul 22, 2009 #

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(rest day)

Unplanned rest day due to severe energy loss on the previous day!

Tuesday Jul 21, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 6:19:00 [3] 131.6 km (2:53 / km)
(sick) shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

Inversnaid to Lasswade, via Aberfoyle, Bridge of Allan, the Forth Road Bridge and Edinburgh. Ran out of energy in a major and painful way in Edinburgh. Not good at all.

Monday Jul 20, 2009 #

Cycling long (Thurlon) 6:53:00 [3] 164.3 km (2:31 / km)
shoes: Specalized MTB Cleats

South Laggan to just south of Luss on Loch Lomond, via Gairlochy, Fort William, Glencoe and Tyndrum.

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