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Training Log Archive: bishop22

In the 7 days ending Sep 21, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 3:36:27 8.95(24:11) 14.4(15:02)
  Running1 1:16:27 5.27 8.48
  Golfing1 18:00
  Total3 5:10:54 14.22 22.89
averages - sleep:4.8

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Monday Sep 21, 2009 #

Golfing 18:00 [1]
(rest day)

Probably would not have been pleasant to run today, but I did not have time to find out, as Erik had us out for the GTA presence at the VOA golf tourney - we filled out 4 foursomes, so it was good times. It included lunch and dinner, so I did not have to even think about running.

Sunday Sep 20, 2009 #

Orienteering race 3:36:27 [3] 14.4 km (15:02 / km)

US Ultra Long Champs at Rattlesnake Hill - Red-X / M45+.

40 minute error on C11, after a fairly solid C10, destroyed the day.

Tuesday Sep 15, 2009 #

Running 29:00 intensity: (15:00 @2) + (6:00 @3) + (8:00 @4)

Running around during our meet at Mendon East. The boys managed to knock off Thomas and Irondequoit, both wins the first time since before 2003 (that's as far back as the records go, and before that Thomas wasn't a complete high school). The girls got one win, and are certainly headed in the right direction.

5 min jogging with the noobs to see the course before the race (I got there late). And the usual active Mendon East spectating (start line to woods gap to turn off road, into the field to the south, then the long stretch to the two mile mark, with a short break where they come up the hill before reentering the field. Then up to the road and over to the hill, followed by backwards on the course to the last runners.

Running 47:27 [2] 5.27 mi (9:00 / mi)

Easy run at Mendon after the races. Had to avoid any embargoed areas - I think the web guy for the ROC A-Meet should have outlined the embargoed areas. I went south of the XC course to the road up toward the kennel, until I found a trail to take back north, and made sure I stayed well south of any possible Sprint terrain.

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