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Training Log Archive: Nadim

In the 1 days ending Apr 19, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 51:45 2.63(19:39) 4.24(12:12)1 /1c100%
  Hiking1 40:00 0.8(50:01) 1.29(31:05)
  Total1 1:31:45 3.43(26:43) 5.53(16:36)1 /1c100%
averages - sleep:4.5 weight:180lbs

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Sunday Apr 19, 2009 #

Orienteering (Course Setting) 35:16 [3] 2.94 km (12:00 / km)
slept:4.5 weight:180lbs

Rock Creek, MD. Starting from Mark Twain School and Park, I set out controls on the west side of Rock Creek up to Southlawn Rd., then set one control at the west end of Lake Bernard Frank. Peggy picked me up from there to go to the Meadowside Nature Center where some training that I setup was to start. I felt fairly slowish on this. Perhaps it was the warmth and humidity. I ran all but the steepest parts. It was fun to run the nice woods west of the creek and to see controls in the woods that I'd mapped.

Orienteering (Course Setting) 11:38 [3] 0.8 km (14:32 / km)

Meadowside Nature Center at Lake Bernard Frank, Montgomery County, MD. I setup the first and last controls of a training event that I setup. Both of these were down and up a fairly steepish hill. On the way back from one, I slowed to verify the mapping.

Orienteering (Control Pickup) 4:51 [3] *** 0.5 km (9:42 / km)
spiked:1/1c

Meadowside Nature Center at Lake Bernard Frank, Montgomery County, MD. I picked up one control which I'd set out earlier. Dave Onkst volunteered to pickup the first set of controls that I'd set out earlier as he ended his loop of the course that I setup. That left me with not much else to do but it was much appreciated.

Hiking (Foot) 40:00 [1] 0.8 mi (50:01 / mi)

Meadowside Nature Center, Lake Bernard Frank, Montgomery County, MD. While others were out running the courses. I hiked with Max, Nicole Lennon and her friend Isabelle. We went to control #1, the followed along the North Branch. It was very liesurely and the kids stopped to rock hop and get their feet wet. The weather was perfect for it.

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