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Training Log Archive: R Anderson

In the 31 days ending Oct 31, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running8 20:30:00
  Orienteering4 4:44:30 13.69 22.0419 /26c73%
  Roller skiing2 4:30:00
  Strength1 3:00:00
  Cycling7 2:20:00 31.4 50.53
  Total20 35:04:30 45.09 72.5719 /26c73%

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Tuesday Oct 31, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]

Saturday Oct 28, 2006 #

Roller skiing 2:30:00 [3]

Friday Oct 27, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [3]

Thursday Oct 26, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]

Wednesday Oct 25, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [2] 7.0 km (2:51 / km)

Saturday Oct 21, 2006 #

Roller skiing 2:00:00 [4]

Thursday Oct 19, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]

Wednesday Oct 18, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [1] 7.0 km (2:51 / km)
shoes: Rocky Mountain trailhead 17

Tuesday Oct 17, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]

Sunday Oct 15, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:20:00 [3]

Saturday Oct 14, 2006 #

Running 2:00:00 [3]
shoes: vasque trail runners

Running 1:00:00 [2]
shoes: vasque trail runners

Strength 3:00:00 [1]
shoes: vasque trail runners

Thursday Oct 12, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]
shoes: Saucany Hurricane 8

Tuesday Oct 10, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [4]
shoes: Saucany Hurricane 8

Sunday Oct 8, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:26:00 [4] ***** 8.3 km (10:22 / km)
spiked:9/13c shoes: Olway yellow

Ok race. Again i tried to just go steady. for the first 6 controls i did this very well. then on the long trail run to 7 i was pretty confident since i saw i just had a few close controls and then a long run back to the finish that looked pretty simple. after the long leg to 7 though, i think i stopped focusing a bit and bobbled the control and saw olof who started 10 minutes behind. This got me a bit flustered and i made about 15 minutes of mistakes on the next 4 controls. I ran the last few controls with Andy from the US, which was fun becuase we were flying through them, trying to leave each other behind...In the end , the being tired and losing focus was the main reason for those mistakes as it often is for me in these long races.

Saturday Oct 7, 2006 #

Orienteering race 28:30 [5] ***** 3.6 km (7:55 / km)
spiked:10/13c shoes: Olway yellow

good race,and great result. When i finished, i didn't know if it was going to be enough, because it wasn't a perfect race. My plan was to go steady since i knew it was very hard terrain, and this paid off since i made only minor mistakes. However in some places i didn't run hard enough and was too hesitant.

Thursday Oct 5, 2006 #

Running 2:30:00 [3]
shoes: Saucany Hurricane 8

Wednesday Oct 4, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [3] 7.0 mi (2:51 / mi)
shoes: Rocky Mountain trailhead 17

Tuesday Oct 3, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [3] 7.0 km (2:51 / km)
shoes: Rocky Mountain trailhead 17

Monday Oct 2, 2006 #

Cycling 20:00 [2] 7.0 km (2:51 / km)
shoes: Rocky Mountain trailhead 17

Sunday Oct 1, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:30:00 [3] 6.3 mi (14:17 / mi)
shoes: Olway yellow

Cycling 20:00 [3] 7.0 mi (2:51 / mi)
shoes: Rocky Mountain trailhead 17

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