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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 1 days ending May 5, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering2 1:24:45 3.74(22:40) 6.02(14:05) 17628 /31c90%110.8
  Hiking1 22:53 0.92(24:52) 1.48(15:27) 12145.8
  Total2 1:47:38 4.66(23:06) 7.5(14:21) 29728 /31c90%156.6
  [1-5]2 50:35
averages - sleep:6.5

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Saturday May 5, 2012 #

8 AM

Hiking warm up/down (walk to start) 22:53 [2] 1.48 km (15:27 / km) +121m 10:58 / km
slept:6.5 shoes: Jala Jukola Spider 6 #2

Walk to start of the middle course at Bull Pond, West Point, up a steepish windy trail to a road near the pond. Glasses got steamy near the top of the climb so I didn't have high hopes for them being effective during the race. Fortunately, Brown used 1:7500 maps. :-D

Orienteering race 57:03 [0] *** 3.3 km (17:17 / km) +115m 14:43 / km
spiked:11/13c shoes: Jala Jukola Spider 6 #2

FR = 3.96 km, 153m climb, but I'm not sure where all that climb comes from

--Brown Middle F55 at Bull Pond. Start was at a road junction and the start triangle was in the woods 60-70m away, and then #1 wasn't too far beyond that. I bobbled a bit in the circle because I was still getting into the mapping, but wasn't too far off. Two was a longer leg and I was high going over the hill and had to correct (had intended to contour south but veg was a little thicker than depicted). Slow and steady to the rest.

Nice running weather, though still a bit humid (such that I couldn't use my glasses much)
1 PM

Orienteering race (sprint) 27:42 [4] *** 2.72 km (10:11 / km) +61m 9:10 / km
spiked:17/18c shoes: Trail NB 706 9D # 2

FR 2.72 km, 61m climb

--Red Sprint at Camp Natural Bridge around barracks and up to the obstacle course area E of camp. Got on the wrong path between 4 and 5 and ended up high to the ENE and cut back. Glen caught me on the way to 7 and Ali on the way to 11. Still I'm pretty happy with my time as I don't run in their league. :-)
Then played AP bingo after and won little Hershey miniature candies. Talked a bit to "pi" who I hadn't spoken to before though I'd seen him in British Columbia around the NAOCs.

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