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Training Log Archive: pfc

In the 7 days ending Nov 11, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 3:17:58 13.53(14:38) 21.78(9:05) 25569 /79c87%
  Total3 3:17:58 13.53(14:38) 21.78(9:05) 25569 /79c87%

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Saturday Nov 11, 2006 #

Event: BATONA 500
 

Orienteering race 1:11:29 [4] *** 7.45 km (9:36 / km) +105m 8:58 / km
spiked:19/22c shoes: Salomon XA Pro 3D (2006, black

Day 1 at the Batona 500. Interesting terrain, very flat and filled with knee high blueberry bushes that tired me out about halfway through the course. A good run, I stayed on the map and didn't waste effort - EXCEPT for 16-17 where I just couldn't line things up, then failed to execute my relocation plan. Stupid brain. Not very high in the rankings due to the quality of competition, but a decent run for me.

Orienteering 6:47 [4] *** 1.32 km (5:08 / km)
spiked:9/10c shoes: Salomon XA Pro 3D (2006, black

Short sprint for the US team fundraiser. Fun course, fast through open fields.

Orienteering 13:27 [4] *** 1.86 km (7:14 / km)
spiked:11/12c shoes: Salomon XA Pro 3D (2006, black

Long sprint, also a decent run except for a leg where I caught in a maze of thorns. One bad leg...

Wednesday Nov 8, 2006 #

Orienteering 45:00 [3] *** 4.0 km (11:15 / km)
spiked:18/20c

Training night-O at Wirth Park. 4 sets of 5 controls each, sprint setup in each group but a little below sprint pace. After each 5 we regrouped, jogged to the next set.

Sunday Nov 5, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:01:15 [4] *** 7.15 km (8:34 / km) +150m 7:45 / km
spiked:12/15c shoes: Salomon XA Pro 3D (2006, black

CAOC event at Deer Grove FP in Palatine. Nice red course, woods were reasonably open (some briars though) and good route choices. Spent most of the time off trail. One major error on 7-8, minor error on the way to 1 for maybe 4 minutes lost. Pretty good run considering my lazy week and wholehearted enjoyment of the food and drink Chicago has to offer.

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