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Training Log Archive: Tyrannosaurus

In the 1 days ending Jun 10, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering5 51:04 4.71(10:51) 7.58(6:44)62c
  Running2 9:57 0.87(11:26) 1.4(7:06)
  Total5 1:01:01 5.58(10:56) 8.98(6:48)62c
averages - sleep:6.5

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Sunday Jun 10, 2018 #

9 AM

Orienteering race 4:58 [5] 0.9 km (5:31 / km)
8c slept:6.5 shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP Quali race. No GPS because I forgot to start my watch.

Control Challenge Total: 190
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Running warm up/down 3:22 [2] 0.26 mi (12:58 / mi)
shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

Orienteering race 5:43 [4] 0.67 mi (8:32 / mi)
9c shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP round 1. Raced until Jackson passed me and it was clear that I wouldn't be in the top 2, so then relaxed for the very end.

Control Challenge Total: 198
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10 AM

Orienteering 8:59 [2] 0.59 mi (15:13 / mi)
9c shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP round 2. Had no chance of moving up from my heat, so took this as a rest.

Control Challenge Total: 207
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11 AM

Orienteering race 7:07 [3] 0.66 mi (10:47 / mi)
9c shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP round 3. Moderate effort. The difference between olive green and dark green between 8 and 9 was very challenging for me to discern from the other side of the creek, so I ended up going all the way around.

Control Challenge Total: 216
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12 PM

Orienteering race 5:16 [5] 0.6 mi (8:46 / mi)
11c shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP round 4. Very fun, fast heat with Rachel, Izzy, and Kristin!

Control Challenge Total: 227
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Orienteering race 5:02 [5] 0.68 mi (7:24 / mi)
11c shoes: Innov-8 X-talon 212

JP round 5/final. I finished my first butterfly loop ahead of Rachel and I managed to hang on to the lead through the rest of the race, but I was absolutely exhausted at the end!
I had a lot of fun at sprint camp, many thanks to Alex and Ed for putting on such a great weekend of racing and trainings! Officially, I was overall the 3rd woman (although I think it might have actually been 2nd?). I'm very happy that my ankle held up so well with the woods and hard running. There were a couple of races and trainings where I was thinking about it, but by the end of the weekend, it wasn't on the forefront of my mind, which was great. Taping and the brace are helping a ton, since I can still feel it with certain motions when moving around with it untaped.

Control Challenge Total: 230
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Running warm up/down 6:35 [2] 0.61 mi (10:47 / mi)

Barefoot laps with Izzy and Bridget!
2 PM

Orienteering 13:59 [2] 0.95 mi (14:43 / mi)
5c shoes: Saucony Guide 10 (Blue)

Helping to pick up a few controls

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