Running 1:15:00  5.0 mi (15:00 / mi)
All times and distaces are guesses, I don't even have the maps to guess accurately.
Started with a 5 mile trek north to the bikes. I can hardly remember it, it was so long ago. Nice terrain, good nav by Biz. His excellent routes had us in the lead by the second CP. We had a small bobble at the third than put us back in the pack, but only a minute or two off of leaders Technu/Bushwacker/Ontario team I think called Milton basement racers.
Cycling 1:00:00  15.0 mi (15.0 mph)
Bike to boats, arrived about 15 behind technu, but ahead Milton and Bushwacker 2 (their normal 4 person team raced as two twos).
Paddling 1:15:00  5.0 mi (15:00 / mi)
Out and back paddle with a portage, we hammered this. Windy but good.
Cycling 30:00  5.0 mi (10.0 mph)
Bike from Paddle to mega-trek start.
Running 4:30:00  20.0 mi (13:30 / mi)
Mega-trek. We started about 15 minute behind Technu. I was excited to put in a big effort here and see what we could do. We worked hard and Biz navigated well, but Technu was equal, coming out 17 minutes before us, well done. By this time I imagine we had a large gap on the other teams, we worked hard in those woods. I was feeling great throughout this 20 mile trek, which made me feel great. Last year this trek would have put me in a dark cave of despair. Felt nearly as good ending this trek as I did starting it. This spring's run heavy training paid off big.
Cycling 2:00:00  25.0 mi (12.5 mph)
Bike from mega-trek to paddle two.
Paddling 2:10:00 
Probably the best AR paddle I've ever had. Paddled downwind with orange drenched cliffs to our left and the sun setting over the lake to the west. Nice downwind wave surfed our canoe that was effortlessly moving 5mph+. Fun checkpoints in hidden lagoons into which we needed to portage because I did not feel like swimming. Those new EPIC carbon paddles we got are worth the money.
Most of the paddle in the sunset, finished in the dark.
Running 4:00:00  15.0 mi (16:00 / mi)
Super tough night-nav back up north, the full distance of the two hour paddle we just did. Really challenging, lots of climb, no catching features back in there. This was some of the hardest navigation I've seen in an adventure race.