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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Jul 7:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Walking4 1:21:13 4.33(18:44) 6.98(11:39) 38146.4
  Orienteering1 28:05 0.67(41:56) 1.08(26:03) 210 /13c76%56.2
  Running (dirt)1 17:10 1.24(13:49) 2.0(8:35)16 /16c100%68.7
  Total5 2:06:28 6.25(20:15) 10.05(12:35) 4026 /29c89%271.2
  [1-5]5 2:03:59

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Saturday Jul 7 #

12 PM

Walking 17:10 intensity: (2:29 @0) + (13:15 @1) + (1:26 @2) 1.24 km (13:51 / km)
ahr:91 max:107 shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

To arena for sprint qualifiers in Hørsholm, not taking the optimum route at one point because we thought we could cut through. Not on the competition map at all, just not sure where to go.
2 PM

Running (dirt) race 17:10 [4] *** 2.0 km (8:35 / km)
ahr:150 max:169 spiked:16/16c shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

W65-3 heat for sprint Q, starting at 2:55 pm on a warm, sunny day (whatever 25C is, close to 80 I think). Shade came at a premium but we found some close by.

Almost mp'ed when I started heading to #4 before 3 but they were close together. No great difficulties with this map; no traps, just route choice decisions. Tomorrow will be different.

I finished in 23rd place afaik, and top 26 or 27 move to A final, so I think I'm in. :-)

(Started my watch late at #2 so edited time to reflect actual.)

Walking 12:00 [2] 1.15 km (10:26 / km)
shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

To start. Forgot to turn on watch so time estimated.
4 PM

Walking 19:55 intensity: (4:43 @1) + (15:12 @2) 1.35 km (14:44 / km) +14m 13:59 / km
ahr:106 max:116 shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Back to car after we got maps when they were released.

Friday Jul 6 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 28:05 [2] ***** 0.67 mi (41:56 / mi) +2m 41:32 / mi
spiked:10/13c

Fun indoor sprint at Nærum Gymnasium (high school) in Nærum, Denmark. I finished 18th of 50-some people running the "oldies" course which had ideally no more than 6 stair climbs*, and 13 controls. 1:700 map scale. Control descriptions were fun with a piano designated by a symbol that looked like a few keys on a keyboard. :-) The first control was a short leg to a toilet stall

It was very tricky with blocked passageways and rearranged tables creating difficult route choice decisions. I failed the test on 8-9 and especially 9-10, where after the race I found the optimum route. Winsplits shows that the best time for the route was probably about a minute and a half (the two people with times around 30 seconds probably cheated and ran the wrong way in the one-way corridor from my 9-10; the optimum route had too many zigs and zags and two staircases); I took over 9 minutes trying to figure it out.

I was in overall first place at one point until my booboos. I was stymied the most by the staircase mapping, where I thought the red meant I could only go the direction of the stairway arrow, when that wasn't always the case, and *took some routes around that I didn't need to.

Anyway, it was pretty awesome. A portion of one of the maps is on Instagram, here.

Tuesday Jul 3 #

9 AM

Walking 32:08 intensity: (46 @1) + (23:45 @2) + (7:37 @3) 2.01 mi (15:59 / mi) +24m 15:25 / mi
ahr:114 max:129

Hot and humid. Looking for shade but didn't find much. A light breeze from the N / NE helped.

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