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Training Log Archive: Mr Wonderful

In the 7 days ending Apr 1, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering1 5:59:23 17.21(20:53) 27.7(12:59) 94720 /24c83%752.3
  Biking1 49:05 11.4(13.9/h) 18.35(22.4/h)147.3
  Total2 6:48:28 28.61(14:17) 46.04(8:52) 94720 /24c83%899.5
averages - sleep:7 weight:227lbs

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Wednesday Mar 29, 2017 #

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40% of Raccoongaine six hour overall Top 10 populated with SMOC-associated teams. Well done, Michiganders!

Tuesday Mar 28, 2017 #

4 AM

Biking 49:05 [3] 11.4 mi (13.9 mph)
ahr:104 slept:7.0 weight:227lbs shoes: Jamis Dragon Sport 29er

106w,53rpm

Monday Mar 27, 2017 #

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Raccoongaine comparisons:

2013: 18.72 mi, +1176m
2014: 19.24 mi, +1429m
2015: 18.52 mi, +1199m
2017: 17.21 mi, +947m

Sunday Mar 26, 2017 #

Event: Raccoongaine
 
9 AM

Orienteering 5:59:23 intensity: (1:38:13 @1) + (2:46:37 @2) + (1:12:11 @3) + (7:32 @4) + (14:50 @5) 17.21 mi (20:53 / mi) +947m 17:50 / mi
ahr:146 max:224 spiked:20/24c slept:7.0

Swept the Raccoongaine western map with BNM carrying my pack and dragging me the last half.

Navigation relatively clean, other than a little wandering on one mega spur, missing a small spring by a few meters on the first pass but a good quick correction, missing an overgrown child control by going high when it was super visible from low, and then getting pushed around a bit near the end. Map almost always made perfect sense even when I bonked for the 4th and 5th hours until I perked up a little for the final.

BNM was a first rate teammate, would happily poach.

I'll have to compare the previous courses - this felt much more physical, not sure if trails were intentionally less in play or what, so that was a hard-fought 17 miles.

You must check the Flickr for Sherpes's suit.


Fun day!

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