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Training Log Archive: tdgood

In the 7 days ending Feb 15, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Other1 1:30:00
  Orienteering1 1:27:39 6.52(13:26) 10.5(8:21) 19021 /24c87%
  Treadmill1 21:00
  Total3 3:18:39 6.52 10.5 19021 /24c87%

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Thursday Feb 13, 2014 #

11 AM

Other (Snow removal) 1:30:00 [3]

We got about 12 inches of wet snow. I started with the Snow blower but it quit working after 15 minutes. Then I shoveled for about 50 minutes. Then I tried the snow blower again and did my neighbors driveway for another 30 minutes or so.

Tuesday Feb 11, 2014 #

7 PM

Treadmill (2 incline) 12:00 [3]
shoes: Brooks adrenaline GTS 2013

Started off ok but got tired. Able to tough it out for 1.5 miles then had to stop.

Treadmill warm up/down (2 incline) 9:00 [1]
shoes: Brooks adrenaline GTS 2013

Walked another 1/2 mile on the tread mill.

Sunday Feb 9, 2014 #

12 PM

Orienteering (Manassas) 1:27:39 [3] ** 10.5 km (8:21 / km) +190m 7:39 / km
spiked:21/24c shoes: O: Icebuds 2012

It was cold out but not windy. My overall plan was to run a steady race. Small park with lots of fields so it is just a matter of not losing time.
Started off ok. Going to #2 I couldn't tell what field I was in and ended up way right at the pond by #3. Doglegged to 2 and right back to #3. Route Gadget shows the rest.
gong to #11, I decided to take the road. I know it was longer and slower. Way to many power line crossings 8-12. Area 11-12 was dubious. Couldn't tell the slash from non slash had to go way left to get around it. Control 14 was a pure dogleg.
gong to control 21, I took the road around, cross the first stream and cut into the woods. Then I hit a 2nd stream area so go confused. I though I must have overshot the control but it turns out I was on an unmapped stream. I was finally just heading north east to either the trail or field. I finally hit the trail, figured out where I was and went to the control.

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