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Training Log Archive: hughmac⁴

In the 7 days ending Apr 23, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+ftload
  Orienteering2 3:16:28 8.81(22:18) 14.18(13:52) 1385365.8
  Running1 2:18 0.07(35:15) 0.1(21:54)2.3
  Total2 3:18:46 8.87(22:24) 14.28(13:55) 1385368.1

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Saturday Apr 23, 2011 #

10 AM

Running warm up/down 2:18 [2] 0.07 mi (35:15 / mi)
shoes: Adidas adiZero XT

Orienteering race (White Clay Creek) 1:24:39 [4] 7.8 km (10:51 / km) +919ft 9:12 / km
shoes: Adidas adiZero XT

White Clay Creek - DVOA race (real distance 5.75, 240m)

Just back on my feet after a week of stomach and chest cold/flu, and really felt weak and tired. I've barely been eating anything, and just yesterday finally had a full day of food (although light). Beaten by THREE seconds by one guy. Wow!

Great red course. Ralph really kept me thinking, which is what I needed since I couldn't push myself physically very well. Nice job!

It really feels nice to not be constantly cringing with moderate stomach pain, and running to the bathroom every 20-40 minutes. *pleasant sigh* I still have an ugly, deep, grumbly cough, but it's fading.

Jenny hurt her ankle, Angelica hurt (badly) her eye ... rats! My competition is down for the count. I'm sure they'll make a comeback though. Ranking is now IN EFFECT, and I'm in FOURTH place for the moment. Just remember that. For a moment I was in fourth place.

Monday Apr 18, 2011 #

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(sick)

Lingering, moderately painful stomach bug, that will turn into a terrible cough and stuffed up nose soon. June's almost done with her bout. Yuk! Took my first sick day in a long time.

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Wow! Biathlon Orienteering?!? I shoulda been a Dane. :)

http://www.biathlon.dk/ibof/

Sunday Apr 17, 2011 #

7 AM

Orienteering (Controls) 1:33:52 [2] 2.74 mi (34:15 / mi) +269ft 31:20 / mi
shoes: Adidas adiZero XT

Orienteering (Controls) 17:57 [2] 1.22 mi (14:42 / mi) +197ft 12:45 / mi
shoes: Adidas adiZero XT

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