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Training Log Archive: blairtrewin

In the 1 days ending Jun 28:

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  Run1 1:21:00 8.82(9:11) 14.2(5:42)
  Total1 1:21:00 8.82(9:11) 14.2(5:42)

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Sunday Jun 28 #

11 AM

Run 1:21:00 [3] 14.2 km (5:42 / km)

A pretty good session on a very nice morning, stretching the longest-since-September-2018 benchmark a bit further. No hint of back trouble at any stage and a very consistent pace after the first kilometre. Starting to tire a little in the last 10 minutes, which isn't altogether surprising (will the days return when it's a regular thing to have another 40 minutes left at that point?), and certainly knew I'd done a run afterwards.

I may have long since abandoned the Banyule alphabetical challenge but others have set about running every street of their suburb, so I thought I'd take that one on too. This session dealt with everything from Station Street westwards and north of the railway line (Fairfield is quite narrow), as well as a fair bit of the northeast (which is mostly industrial). Might get into some definitional issues later on - Yarra Bend Park is Fairfield, but what is a 'street' there? (I think I'll take my cue from the Melways).
10 PM

Note

At various stages this year, a certain type of commentator has variously blamed the Chinese, Aboriginals and Muslims for the pandemic. I was wondering when we were going to get the Sudanese for the full bingo card, and Peta Credlin has delivered. (For bonus points, she referred to South Sudanese Muslims - perhaps someone should tell her that the reason there is a South Sudan in the first place was a civil war triggered by, among other things, the Muslim north wanting to impose sharia law on the Christian south).

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