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Training Log Archive: darryn

In the 7 days ending Oct 29, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:30:34 8.0(18:49) 12.88(11:42)
  Cycling Road2 2:08:47 27.32(4:43) 43.97(2:56) 178
  Circus1 1:00:00
  Running Trail1 30:00 3.0(10:00) 4.83(6:13)
  Total5 6:09:21 38.32 61.67 178
  [1-5]5 6:08:08

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Sunday Oct 28, 2012 #

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Arrgh! When I look at the graph of splits for the Red course I see my big failures on CP's 5 and 6. I had to relocate on both of those. And on CP 5 I was searching for the wrong boulder. There were two boulders in the circle, one big black dot, and one small black dot. I went to the big boulder three times before I realized I should have been going to the small one. After that I was more conservative.

I will also note that both CPs 5 and 6 were "attacked" by bears. CP 5 had been bent and pushed over, and gallon water bottles had been crushed and either bitten or clawed. The setters saw 5 bears in that area when they put out the controls, so I picked a bad area to spend 30 minutes.

By the time I finished red I had some confidence back and did the Brown course with little trouble.

Orienteering race 1:47:06 [4] 5.0 mi (21:25 / mi)

Townsend Red (Garmin was messed up for this course).
9 AM

Orienteering 43:28 intensity: (11 @2) + (22:25 @3) + (20:52 @4) 3.0 mi (14:29 / mi)
ahr:149 max:166

Townsend Brown

Thursday Oct 25, 2012 #

Cycling Road 40:00 [1] 8.0 mi (5:00 / mi)

Commute to Xelias and back.

Circus 1:00:00 [1]

multiple, and a bit of silks and web.

Wednesday Oct 24, 2012 #

Running Trail 30:00 [2] 3.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

Easy loop around Tamarack.

Tuesday Oct 23, 2012 #

6 PM

Cycling Road 1:28:47 intensity: (1:13 @0) + (11:06 @1) + (54:21 @2) + (21:55 @3) + (12 @4) 19.32 mi (4:36 / mi) +178m 4:28 / mi
ahr:130 max:153

Not feeling sick today so took advantage of the warm weather and went for a bike ride.

Riding through Swede Hollow in the dark is cool -- and a little creepy.

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