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Training Log Archive: jtorranc

In the 7 days ending Apr 6, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling4 3:34:00
  Orienteering2 2:15:13 10.05(13:28) 16.17(8:22) 820
  Running1 48:00
  Form exercises1 26:00
  Total7 7:03:13 10.05 16.17 820

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Saturday Apr 6, 2013 #

Orienteering race 1:57:09 [3] 12.9 km (9:05 / km) +820m 6:53 / km

Flying Pig Long Blue - third and I'm slightly surprised to see the split analysis thinks I had just enough mistake time that a clean run would have had me second. Had guessed I didn't have quite enough error time to account for all of the gap to Ali but I only identified as errors the two larger ones of the four AP identifies. So, could have been better technically but that's minor compared to the gap to Eric's time - improvements in physical conditioning will be required if I want respectable results in long distance races with deeper fields later this season.

Friday Apr 5, 2013 #

Orienteering race 18:04 [5] 3.27 km (5:32 / km)

Flying Pig Sprint Blue - a satisfactory result, 2nd to Eric by 10 seconds in a race for which I'd like to take back one route choice in particular plus maybe one or two others but in which I was doing a pretty good job of running as hard as I could without getting stupid and making a big mistake.

Thursday Apr 4, 2013 #

Cycling 54:00 [3]


Wednesday Apr 3, 2013 #

Cycling 54:00 [3]


Tuesday Apr 2, 2013 #

Cycling 52:00 [3]

Barebones cycling commute.

Form exercises 26:00 [4]

Silly walks, some strides and one uphill sprint.

Monday Apr 1, 2013 #

Cycling 54:00 [3]

Work commute. Dropped into library on the way home.

Sunday Mar 31, 2013 #

Running 48:00 [1]

Jog in Rock Creek Park with Dan in early afternoon. Could hear Easter bell concert emanating from National Cathedral from the section of the Valley Trail around and south of Pulpit Rock. Initially thought it must be from somewhere closer but the cathedral spires were visible from part of the trail and the direction matched perfectly with the sound.

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