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Training Log Archive: kensr

In the 7 days ending Nov 8, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Hiking2 8:00:00 15.4(31:10) 24.78(19:22) 8001320.0
  O - competition2 3:06:58 8.29(22:33) 13.34(14:01) 355841.3
  Road Running1 32:20 2.03(15:56) 3.27(9:54) 7664.7
  Total5 11:39:18 25.72(27:11) 41.39(16:54) 12312226.0

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Sunday Nov 8, 2015 #

10 AM

O - competition (Baldwin Hill) 1:33:37 [4] 6.66 km (14:03 / km) +229m 11:59 / km

Green course. Short on #1 (didn't recalibrate from yesterday's 7,500). Then short on spurs at 6 and a little off on 8 and 9. All added to a frustrating 15 min lost in the woods.

Saturday Nov 7, 2015 #

11 AM

O - competition race (Pineridge) 1:33:21 [4] 6.68 km (13:59 / km) +126m 12:46 / km

EMPO red course. Another tour of the south side map, complete with lots of rocky ground. Leaves and ferns are down, so visibility was pretty good.

Major loss going to #3 (14 min). On correct line, but spotted the end of a rock wall and adjusted my route accordingly. Unfortunately took me well east of the control. Only later at the finish was that wall pointed out lying under the control circle ink, I had been 40 m from the control and headed off from a different wall visible on the map on a wild goose chase.

Frustrating, but otherwise a fun event.

Friday Nov 6, 2015 #

4 PM

Road Running 32:20 [2] 2.03 mi (15:56 / mi) +76m 14:16 / mi

Easy to loosen up. L forefoot still sore by ball of foot. Think I might have done some damage at Pine Ridge on the pointy rocks. So going back tomorrow for some more.

Tuesday Nov 3, 2015 #

Hiking (LT) 2:00:00 [2] 5.0 mi (24:00 / mi)

Shelter down to rte 4. Then caught a free shuttle bus to Rutland and connected with another bus to Wallingford 15 min later.

Beautiful day so decided to hike up to where we had dropped the car.

Monday Nov 2, 2015 #

Hiking (LT) 6:00:00 [3] 10.4 mi (34:37 / mi) +800m 27:56 / mi

Up over Killington, with a detour to the upper ski lodge to replenish wine supply (no luck). Cooper lodge on top is old and beat up, so we continued on to Pico camp. A good hut and view, still early so went on to the Churchill Scott shelter. Not a spectacular view like the other 2, but new and in good condition. Trail deserted with no encounters or others in the shelters.

Could have gone on, but get to rte 4 tomorrow and next access point is 20 miles on at Brandon Gap. Can't chance getting stuck, need to be back at car in the afternoon.

Happy with leg strength, can feel a weakness, but it moves along okay. Ready for more of this.

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