Orienteering 1:30:00 
Coaching during the QOC Junior Training Camp. Day 1: Turkey Run Ridge.
I divided all the camp attendees into groups by usual course and experience level, and assigned coaches to each group. I had the group of five JNT/JDT girls (Alexis, Bridget, Diana, Kirsten, Oriana), and Greg took the most senior groups of JNT/JDT guys and a few other experienced orienteers.
The first training session was O-tervals. I started the girls relay-style, with small gaps or mini-mass-starts each time. I watched them go through some controls, and then met up again at the end of each interval.They mostly did well and worked hard, pushing each other during the head-to-head racing.
Then, after a break for lunch, we had the second session, which was window-O done in pairs and meant to practice compass skills. We had an odd number in our group, so I joined Diana for the exercise. She did very well, running confidently through the whited-out parts of each leg, and nailing her bearing on all but one controls.
Seemed like the day went well. All the coaches did a great job, everyone was back on time, lunch was excellent, and controls were collected quickly.
Orienteering race 1:23:08  *** 7.2 km (11:33 / km)
QOC Night-O at Happyland
My hamstring seemed to feel better as the day went, so I decided to jog around the night-O course, since I love night orienteering.
Greg had all the faster guys start with two-minute intervals, and it was nice to have other folks around to help push through the fairly green woods. Aside from losing about a 45 seconds on 5, I was clean for the first part and caught both Peter Z and AJ going into 8. I then promptly got stuck in some green, losing about a minute there. I stayed ahead of the juniors on the way to 11, but was caught when 11 wasn't in the right spot, and I circled around looking for it. Greg joined us too, and we quickly decided that it wasn't there and moved on.
Greg got ahead going to 13, and I took a different route, losing more time in the green. Peter and AJ got ahead again here, but took a wrong turn off a road heading to 14, and I never saw them again.
I hit 15 well, and saw Greg coming back to it, having missed it. At that point his light flickered and went out, so we spent about a minute trying to get it to work. That didn't help, and so he ran along with me in the dark for a couple of legs. Eventually he was able to get it to work by holding a contact in place and ran away from me again on the way to 20.
I ran fairly well in the end, passing Joe Barrett and almost catching Greg again on the way to 22.
All in all, satisfied with how the hamstring held up and with my navigation. Perfect evening for night-O: upper 40s and clear. Lots of fun!