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Training Log: CleverSky

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering2 2:39:18 9.45(16:51) 15.21(10:28) 37811 /18c61%
  pedaling2 2:14:08 30.91(4:20) 49.74(2:42) 541
  hiking3 1:26:04 4.52(19:02) 7.28(11:50) 108
  Total6 6:19:30 44.88(8:27) 72.23(5:15) 102611 /18c61%
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Saturday Apr 20 #

12 PM

orienteering 1:07:40 intensity: (5:57 @1) + (14:39 @2) + (26:44 @3) + (19:01 @4) + (1:19 @5) 6.64 km (10:12 / km) +101m 9:28 / km
ahr:129 max:159

Friday Apr 19 #

12 PM

hiking 38:33 intensity: (4:05 @0) + (33:10 @1) + (1:18 @2) 2.86 km (13:30 / km) +36m 12:42 / km
ahr:87 max:119

Thursday Apr 18 #

9 PM

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(rest day)

Wet day, so I didn't go out, but I did spend the day productively, notably including color-coding the cables on the club laptop to make it easy for anybody to set up at an event, and writing up instructions on how to operate it that ended up running to almost 20 pages (but that includes a lot of screenshots).

Wednesday Apr 17 #

4 PM

pedaling (cross bike) 1:10:34 intensity: (18:36 @1) + (23:28 @2) + (23:58 @3) + (4:32 @4) 27.44 km (2:34 / km) +294m 2:26 / km
ahr:121 max:143

Another easy ride, a loop down to Shirley this time.

Tuesday Apr 16 #

2 PM

pedaling (cross bike) 1:03:34 intensity: (13:35 @1) + (29:29 @2) + (18:31 @3) + (1:59 @4) 22.3 km (2:51 / km) +246m 2:42 / km
ahr:120 max:142

Loop to West Townsend. After successfully having the plumbers and the water department come to fix things (all happy and shiny now!), it was a beautiful day, so I went out to do something that involved fresh air but was easy on my ailing knee: a gentle bike ride. A little breezy, but that was fine.

Monday Apr 15 #

11 AM

hiking (pavement) 42:26 [1] 4.01 km (10:35 / km) +31m 10:12 / km
ahr:95 max:107 shoes: Nike React Miler2

To the post office and back, to pick up something that I had to sign for (a lot of things are closed today in Massachusetts, but not federal things).

I'm kind of a wreck, lots of things hurt, or are otherwise malfunctioning. Left foot, right ankle, left knee... at least my right shoulder, which was in rough shape yesterday, seems to have calmed down. I felt like I could barely walk, although I passed another old guy who commented that I was moving fast.

Sunday Apr 14 #

9 AM

hiking (mixed) 5:05 intensity: (1:42 @2) + (3:23 @3) 0.41 km (12:20 / km) +41m 8:14 / km
ahr:127 max:134 shoes: Inov-8 Oroc Ultra 290 (red)

At least a quarter of the way up from the bus drop-off when I started my watch.

orienteering race 1:31:38 intensity: (27 @1) + (1:42 @2) + (5:42 @3) + (39:56 @4) + (43:51 @5) *** 8.58 km (10:41 / km) +276m 9:12 / km
ahr:146 max:163 spiked:11/18c shoes: Inov-8 Oroc Ultra 290 (red)

Lake Frederick, Red M35, 6.5 km, 200 m, 17th.
Another sloppy run. If you're sloppy on every control, the analysis makes it look like you were clean. Flipped over the map and immediately thought that I couldn't read the map and was darn sure glad I hadn't opted for the 1:15000 version. I got to the circle okay, but the control was just "cliff" and I think I count 21 cliffs i the circle. I spotted two controls that weren't mine first, and it wasn't on the cliff that appears to be in the center, but I think it's mathematically centered on another cliff that's tucked behind the back side of the bare rock knoll that the other cliff is on.
SA has me with a small time loss on #4, that was just a matter of going slowly, really. #5 is an actual miss, I went close enough to the control that I should have seen it but I was think it was up one more band of cliffs. Very surprised to have no time loss on #6, and quite a good placing on the leg, since I completely fumbled the last bit, checking two wrong places before I got to the right one. I guess my route choice must have been good, I angled up and over the big hill instead of taking the low route around to the right.
#7 I just overshot and had to hook around and climb back up, surprised I didn't lose more time that I did. On #8, I climbed the hill more directly than I thought, and initially turned the wrong way, until I spotted the distinctive cairn and turned around. #9 I think was slightly misplaced, actually about one contour lower in the slot reentrant than is shown.
#10 was good (and I had company), then I really screwed up #11, just having trouble forcing myself to read the map. After scratching my head for a while, I eventually realized that I had to be low, and found it with no further trouble. I'd say #13 was just slow, but I guess I also got kind of far off to the right and had to climb back up (also a bit of time drinking water). Lucky on #14, lots of people around on #15, and the rest was just bombing down the dirt road and then through the mud.

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