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Training Log Archive: Rainbow Unicorn

In the 7 days ending May 4, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Biking7 5:23:00 70.7 113.78
  Orienteering1 2:26:00 10.0(14:36) 16.09(9:04)30c
  Running1 35:00 3.8(9:13) 6.12(5:43)
  Paddling1 21:00 2.0(10:30) 3.22(6:31)
  Total8 8:45:00 86.5 139.2130c

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Saturday May 4, 2013 #

8 AM

Running 35:00 [2] 3.8 mi (9:13 / mi)

Easy run w/Mo to do some errands. First time running since ARs last weekend, so was OK with taking it easy.

Friday May 3, 2013 #

Biking 34:00 [2] 8.4 mi (14.8 mph)

Bike to/from work.

Thursday May 2, 2013 #

Biking 35:00 [2] 8.5 mi (14.6 mph)

Bike to/from work.

Wednesday May 1, 2013 #

Biking 34:00 [2] 8.4 mi (14.8 mph)

Bike to/from work.

Tuesday Apr 30, 2013 #

9 AM

Biking 17:00 [2]

Bike to work.
5 PM

Biking 55:00 [3] 13.0 mi (14.2 mph)

Bike home. Last warm day before the cold, so added on the commuter loop out to Hopkins. Legs aren't super sore from this past weekend, but certainly not feeling strong either.

Monday Apr 29, 2013 #

Biking 34:00 [2] 8.4 mi (14.8 mph)

Bike to/from work.

Sunday Apr 28, 2013 #

Event: AR Tune Up
9 AM

Orienteering race 2:26:00 [4] *** 10.0 mi (14:36 / mi)

AR Tune-Up w/ Emily Korsch in Cannon Falls, MN
(Phillippo BSA Camp & Miesville Ravine Park)
Course Set by Mike & Julia
Back-to-back events are always gonna hurt for the legs. Wasn't feeling too sore, but legs felt pretty slow and tired.
Emily and I got off to a decent start. Had to carry my bike map holder during the first legs and attached it after the paddle. First CP on the aerial map was a definite bummer, but after that it was smooth sailing. Rode out to Miesville with Tom & Kelly the whole way.
Transitioned quickly, but the foot speed of TK was too quick for us to gap. We went through the front half of the Miesville Course together, but then took different routes out of the river bottom. I figured this was a possible opportunity for us to make a get away, so we pushed hard to the next few controls. We saw TK cresting the hill one control (a few minutes) back, so we knew we had the lead. Tried to again make a quick TA to head out on the bike and head for home. Significant headwind on that ride made it go really slow, but Awesome-O-Possum pushed the last O-section home to come away with the win.
AR Tune-up is once again a super fun event and a great challenge - both in the course and the competition. The back-to-back racing definitely put me in the hurt locker, so I'll need to rest up this week!

Paddling race (Canoe) 21:00 [3] 2.0 mi (10:30 / mi)

Canoe leg of AR Tune-Up

Biking 1:54:00 [4] 24.0 mi (12.6 mph)

Bike portions of AR Tune-Up. Lots of head winds on the longer ride home.

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