orienteering race 1:24:38 
This was one of those disasters that I've had a couple times, where I'm doing well, pushing the pace a bit so I'm a little tired, get to where I think the control should be and don't see it. And then I hunt a bit, relocate and end up right back in the same place, but I know it's not there, so I relocate a different way and end up right back in the same place, and finally relocate completely carefully at a walk and know I am in the absolute right place and end up in the exact same place again and don't know what to do. This time I decide the control must be missing and so continue walking towards my next control only to see the flag hidden away. This has happened to me before on several occasions so you would think I'd know enough to look a little harder for the control if I think I'm in the right spot. But it's really hard to do that when you're pushing just a bit harder than your fitness might warrant. Anyway, about 10 minutes lost there plus probably another minute or so on the next leg when I had lost all motivation to push so walked most of the trail to the go control and finish.
The good news though is that I was able to push the pace. Before the race, my hip was hurting a bit, but once I started I never noticed it and jogged in a few places and it was fine, so jogged a good bit of our long trail leg. Very happy that I was able to do that.