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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 1 days ending Nov 6, 2021:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering2 1:09:34 3.53(19:41) 5.69(12:14) 8022 /24c91%249.2
  Total2 1:09:34 3.53(19:41) 5.69(12:14) 8022 /24c91%249.2
averages - sleep:6.5

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Saturday Nov 6, 2021 #

10 AM

Orienteering race (Sprint) 23:31 intensity: (14 @1) + (26 @2) + (5:35 @3) + (8:51 @4) + (8:25 @5) *** 2.38 km (9:53 / km) +22m 9:27 / km
ahr:144 max:167 spiked:13/13c slept:6.5 shoes: 2019 VJ Falcon 6.5 scot

Brown X course at Bellevue State Park near Wilmington, DE. 1.9km, 18m climb nominal, set by Tom O (after some back and forth negotiations and redesigning with the park). Tom did a great job and took us to woods areas as well as wide open fields. After waking up to 30F, it warmed up to mid 40s by the time I started.

I overran #6, and neglected to look at the clue for #10, corner of stone wall (it was the *inside* corner). The error at #6 cost more than the one at #10. Otherwise I did the best I could to make route choices quickly, and execute them as fast as my body would allow. Happy with my time/place.

2 PM

Orienteering race (Middle) 46:03 intensity: (5:33 @2) + (20:57 @3) + (17:49 @4) + (1:44 @5) **** 3.31 km (13:56 / km) +58m 12:48 / km
ahr:133 max:165 spiked:9/11c shoes: 2019 VJ Falcon 6.5 scot

Brown X Middle at Iron Hill Park near Newark, DE. 2.6 km, 65m climb nominal, also set by Tom O. We hadn't been in this park since the last A meet here, and many changes have occurred in the meantime (including disc gold courses, and a new residential development in the southern portion. Mid 50s and sunny.

Not a clean run, but I again was happy that I was able to jog on the trails. Well, I did fall once when I looked at the map rather than where my feet were going on a trail, but no damage.

I wasn't careful with bearing to #1, figuring I could read all the detail of the disc golf areas, but that wasn't the case. I knew it wasn't mine but checked the number on a control on a rootstock near a ditch just to be sure and possibly identify it to use to correct, but that didn't help much. Finally saw Jim Eagleton who I was pretty sure was also on BrX coming towards it and saw where he went.

Happy with my route to 2. Jim found 3 before 2 and was correcting as I approached 3. I saw him again several places later on the course, too.

The area around 6 was hard to read with all the trails and contours so I looped around to the north on trails and hoped I picked the right ones, but found the other large(r) boulder outside the circle to the SSE before correcting.

I should have cut through woods from 6-7 but went out of my way on trails. Jim E., who'd punched 6 at the same time as me, attacked from the trail when I did, though he'd taken a different route to get there. I had him in my sights for most of the rest, though he, and many others, outgunned me on the run-in from the Go control.

Nice to meet Lex and Pete's granddaughter and see Johnny as a grownup/dad. They were only there for this event.

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