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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending Aug 8, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  orienteering6 5:06:26 24.26(12:38) 39.05(7:51) 3281
  run/hike1 1:43:00
  Total7 6:49:26 24.26 39.05 3281

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Sunday Aug 8, 2004 #

orienteering 1:17:50 [3] 9.2 km (8:28 / km) +1312ft 6:57 / km

Day 5 of the 5-day. Pretty clean run, but not much enthusiasm and feeling tired, walked a lot, including chest-deep through a beaver pond. Routes and comments will be at as usual.

Saturday Aug 7, 2004 #

orienteering 20:06 [4] 3.24 km (6:12 / km) +328ft 5:22 / km

Crystal Relay, team was Boris, Victoria, me, and Alexei, finished fifth. Easy course, just trying to close the gap on several teams that started a little ahead. Just about did, though the legs didn't have much zip.

orienteering 19:40 [4] 2.6 km (7:34 / km)

Beer chase, time includes drinking before, halfway, and at the end. A much harder effort than intended....

Friday Aug 6, 2004 #

orienteering 1:00:12 [4] 6.96 km (8:39 / km) +951ft 7:09 / km
ahr:155 max:173

Day 4 -- good run, but felt a little slower, combination of legs a bit tired and hillier terrain. Pretty much clean run.

Thursday Aug 5, 2004 #

run/hike 1:43:00 [3]

Run/hike up Medicine Bow Peak (12,013') from the south (Lake Marie), run back dropping off the east side and then down past the lakes. Beautiful country, but the weather was deteriorating, raining the last 10 minutes, but fortunately no lightning. Had Leif Anderson for company, so the pace was definitely quicker than if I had been on my own. A fine outing though my legs may be a bit shot for tomorrow.

Wednesday Aug 4, 2004 #

orienteering 1:10:42 [4] 9.5 km (7:27 / km) +689ft 6:42 / km
ahr:158 max:168

Day 3 (also same course as second day of women's team trials) -- good run, just a couple of minor mistakes, maybe a minute in total. Legs didn't feel as good, had a few places where it was a struggle to keep up the pace. But generally moving pretty well and navigatin very well. Both days for the team trials were real good terrain and courses.

Tuesday Aug 3, 2004 #

orienteering 37:18 [4] 4.85 km (7:41 / km)
ahr:158 max:173

Day 2 of the 5 day (also course for first day of women's team trials) -- made sure my map was oriented all the time, but went brain dead on the way to the last control anyway. Only mistake of the day, about a minute and a half, otherwise a good run, though I was dragging a bit the second half after maybe too fast a start. But generally the legs have felt good each day.

Monday Aug 2, 2004 #

orienteering 20:38 [4] 2.7 km (7:39 / km)
ahr:158 max:171

The Sprint -- went brain dead running from #3 to #4, was running the right way but holding the map upside-down. I suppose that's better than the reverse. Haven't done that for a long time. At least I figured it out with a loss of only a minute or so....

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