Orienteering 1:19:00  4.6 mi (17:10 / mi)
points 1-3 i progressed slowly but I navigated efficiently.
Point 4 I miscounted my collecting features and blasted past the last trail. At this point i mis oriented my map and headed further into the woods. As soon as I realized thi i reoriented off of a trail and I hit the point.
Point 12 was a mess. i took the route that brought me to the north of the mountain which led me down a drastic decrease in elevation. After about 400 meters on this trail, I broke off and had to head back up this elevation I lost. When I arrived at the top, i had no clear idea of which trail I was on. From here, I had to shoot an azimuth North to reach the main trail. From there I landed my self in my attack point, a very distinct swamp, and came right upon the point.
Point 16 I misread the ski slope and went one trail too far. this then required me to sprint back up the ski slope.
Mispunch- After completing the zigzagging points 13-20 i ran towards point 21. From there I knew that I needed to hit the go control. i folllowed the person in front of me while i vaguely read the map. I punch the point and flew out of the point. The point I nedded was 100 and i punched 166. In the heat of the moment, I beleived I had hit the correct point. In order to finish, I raced as fast as i could past the go control. i still could have finished the race without the mispunch.
-Flow- between each point i felt as if i never could continuously move
-Decision making- At several points, especially, 12, I made drastice errors in route choice that devastated my time.
-Mispunch. I did a good job of checking my control sheet until the end. I got cuaght up in trying to have a fast go control and I made a ridiculous mistke. Mispunches are easy to fix and there are no excuses for any more.