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Training Log Archive: RobB

In the 7 days ending Jul 8, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running5 5:20:00
  Total5 5:20:00

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Sunday Jul 8, 2007 #

Running race 30:00 [5]

Went to Grantham to run a track meet for Hallamshire Harriers - I had a fun but tiring day. I did 400h (68 sec), 3000SC (10.08), TJ (9.90), 5000 (15.51) and 4x400m (slow prob 65sec).

It was a fun day out and good to run for the club. Kelly Candy did really well in her first track meet on British soil.

Running warm up/down 45:00 [1]

Lots of warming up / down and stretching.

Saturday Jul 7, 2007 #

(rest day)

Really fun day out watching the Tour! Went down on the train with Kelly to London and then watched all the action from Hyde park. Really proud of the way that the UK embraced the race - about 1 million turned up. Managed to find a number of good viewing spots (including up a tree!).

Friday Jul 6, 2007 #

Running 1:35:00 [3]

Long steady run out through Loxley valley. Tired after a 4 day working week in my new job (I am now a working light weight!).

Thursday Jul 5, 2007 #

Running warm up/down 30:00 [2]

Run down to Hallamshire and back - got really wet.

Running intervals 24:00 [5]

Parlauf session which worked out at about 4x3.30 with 100% recovery. Ran around a soaking Hillsborough Park. Respect to the coaches on days like these for putting on the session in the pouring rain.

Wednesday Jul 4, 2007 #

Running warm up/down 35:00 [1]

Easy running - before race.

Running race 16:00 [4]

Sprint o around Walkley (thanks Mike) ran round at a fast cruise. Felt good (ish).

Tuesday Jul 3, 2007 #

Running 45:00 [3]

Steady run after work - impressed that Oli made it to track! Not sure if I am coming down with a cold.

Monday Jul 2, 2007 #


Rest day - went to Ullapool with Clare, and generally chilled out. Chuffed to have found out that I was selected for Swedish world cups. Gutted for OJ that he missed out - have run so dominantly all season (he could not have achieved more domestically).

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