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Training Log Archive: jjcote

In the 7 days ending Aug 13, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mapping1 7:47:00
  Orienteering2 2:45:59 9.58(17:19) 15.42(10:46) 56529 /36c80%
  Canoeing1 2:45:00
  Total4 13:17:59 9.58 15.42 56529 /36c80%

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Sunday Aug 13, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:28:19 [3] *** 7.4 km (11:56 / km) +285m 10:00 / km

Superfly Marsh. Wasn't sure whether I was going to go out today, since I didn't have much to eat yesterday (and have been under some stress), and when I ultimately did it was getting fairly hot in the middle of the day. Felt pretty sloppy a lot of the time, and ranout of gas after about an hour and was mostly walking from then on.

Saturday Aug 12, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:17:40 [3] *** 8.02 km (9:41 / km) +280m 8:15 / km

Twin Boulders East, Red course. 21st place, but 3rd M40. Not too bad navigationally, about three smallish errors near the controls. But evidentally not moving very fast. But it's my first exercise since arriving here at altitude.

Thursday Aug 10, 2006 #


Drove from Iowa to Laramie. 2500 miles behind the wheel since Saturday.

Wednesday Aug 9, 2006 #


US Canoe-O Champs, and I didn't have to do anything athletic beyod climbing a tree to watch people paddling around at various places in the delta. The guy who won volunteered to pick up all the controls!

Then I drove to Iowa.

Tuesday Aug 8, 2006 #

Canoeing 2:45:00 [2]

Peshtigo Harbor Wildlife Area (WI), this was actually course setting, so it was fairly vigorous paddling interspersed with stopping to pound in control stakes, hang control markers, make last-minute map adjustments, etc. And there was a little bit of travel on foot as well, to check out one land route that I suspected that a lot of teams would use (and they did!).

Monday Aug 7, 2006 #

Mapping 7:47:00 [1]

Peshtigo Harbor Wildlife Area (WI), mapping for US Canoe-O Champs. Mostly from the boat, although I did get out a few times to check out the passability of critical land sections. Vigorous paddling here and there, but mostly going slow enough to map.

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