trail run 40:00 
This is the total time warming up for all sprints. I warmed up before all three, and then cooled down after the second (my legs were tight from chasing Mike S. to the finish, maybe not the best idea considering I had to race again later (he ran it in 37 seconds, I did it in 38... not too bad :) ))
Orienteering 17:47 
I started off doing well and immediately realizing how easy it was going to be to overrun everything. I got turned around and mande a 90 degree error trying to get to #5, and Brendan caught me. Then leaving that and going to #6 I missed my trail and ran around a bit before relocating off the field. Then on #7 I ran further in the field than I thought and even though Mike caught be and was running down the right trail, I headed off way beyond the control in the woods. After 7 I managed to settle down, also helped by the fact that I had a group of guys - Greg, Alexei and some others - running in a pack just beyond my reach.
Orienteering 14:30 
Sprint B. A much better race! I never felt like I was moving terribly fast, but I was managing to follow along on the map and not get ahead of myself. I had good attackpoints, and went slow enough to figure out where I was and stay on my compass. I found that ignoring the trails and using the boulders and frisbee golf goals was easiest :) I was ahead, beside, and behind Gerald Yip for much of the second half and punched the final control with him and Mike S. Made for a fast run in!
Orienteering 17:19 
And the final sprint! I had variation 4 which had the loop to the east first, then the loop to the south and then the loop to the north. I had a great time running this sprint, really working hard right from the beginning. I figured I was in the lead after the first loop, but it was hard to tell because I wasn't sure each loop would take the same amount of time. I had no real troule while onthe first map - I had to slow down a bit to find the trail that went into the green for the dot knoll by the trail. Then on map 2, the common loop, I didn't realize that trail went through the hill on #17, and so I ran around to the opposite side, paused, and then saw the trail. I had a wonderful time running off the map on the way to #18. I made a mistake at the same intersection where I made the mistake during sprint B. I made a 90 degree error, and followed the wrong stonewall, right off the map. I realized I was confused and knew that if I ran west I would hit the open area with the house or the road. I hit the house, on the southeast side and ran up to the trail that went into the yard. I started down that trail, but then saw that there was a chainlink fence between the yard and the woods where I wanted to be, so I turned around out of the yard, and took the trail that ran along north of the yard. As I was leaving #18, I saw Hill approaching through the thick slash off to the east, and then a little ways down the trail I passed Pavlina coming into the control. I was quite frightened, as I felt that my legs had nothing left if it came down to a final sprint. But I found #19 without problem, and then it was jsut around the building and into the finish!