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Training Log Archive: marie

In the 7 days ending May 31, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  trail run3 2:12:53 14.93 24.03 234
  orienteering1 1:30:11 5.34(16:53) 8.6(10:29) 31417c
  pilates1 50:00
  run1 45:21 5.05(8:58) 8.13(5:35) 81
  ball sports1 5:00
  Total4 5:23:25 25.33 40.77 62917c

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Monday May 30, 2011 #

pilates 50:00 [2]

run 45:21 [1] 8.13 km (5:35 / km) +81m 5:19 / km

Easy run with Mike's brother Matt. Hot and humid.


Tried to add my gps-track to Routegadget but it comes out on the side off the map not looking at all like my routes, started tweaking it but gave up.

Sunday May 29, 2011 #

trail run warm up/down 10:00 [1]

Warm up felt unnecessary, was sweating just by standing around in this heat, jogged over to the start. Then went to pick up my tape at the start after the race.

orienteering 1:30:11 [3] *** 8.6 km (10:29 / km) +314m 8:52 / km

Slow and sloppy. Exhausted from the start, due to the heat? Not focused. Did a lot of stops & walking. Don't like blue north lines on the map. And was hard to work my compass (using the old plank, turning the house) when hands and map were slippery from sweat. Cool area though and great course.

1 took the long way around, along the whole cliff
2 must have passed right by it, just didn't look back, up into the next little cliffy hill
3 ok
4 drifted right
5 ok
6 couldn't understand the trails, hesitated and stopped early
7 left 6 in a bad angle, climbed up the yellow to the trail, ran trail to bend, cut over to other big trail, changed my plan when I got to the sharp left bend and went passed control 15 and 12, followed stonewall, crossed stream, took little trail in, some hesitation in circle
8 left 7 without a plan, just a vague compass bearing, ran along some pretty marches but was lost, finally found where I was, way left, ended up attacking the control from SW (saw Charlie and Bob by 7 and they were at 8 before me)
9 passed Charlie on the trail, then went in along the top of the hill, stop to check map and Charlie who took a better route staying low along marsh and stonewall got to the control at the same time as me
10 ok
11 stupid and very tiring up and down, up and down from the SW corner of the parking lot
12 E out of 11 to the big trail, cut through to small trail, then big trail to bend and in to the control
13-15 ok
16 out to the bend of the big trail where some mtb:ers were taking a break and they asked me what we were doing, so I told them a bit about what was going on, before slowly continuing my straight on slog to control 16
17-F ok

FR 10.873km

At one point I realized that I'm mixing Swedish and English in my orienteering thoughts, example: "över mossen och upp till en trail"

See the map & course (Red) here:

ball sports (whiffle ball) 5:00 [1]

Home run derby with the guys in Saybrook

Saturday May 28, 2011 #


Spent Friday night and all day Saturday in NYC. With Mike, his brothers and their friends. Did bring my things for going to the TT sprint from there but after a late night Friday I decided not to go.
Did some shopping and watched the Champions League final.

Thursday May 26, 2011 #

trail run warm up/down 18:23 [1] 3.71 km (4:58 / km) +34m 4:44 / km

at Racebrook Tract. Warm and humid. Tired legs.

trail run intervals 24:00 intensity: (8:00 @1) + (16:00 @5) 4.84 km (4:57 / km) +13m 4:54 / km

8 x 2min with 1min rest

trail run warm up/down 20:02 [1] 3.66 km (5:29 / km) +21m 5:20 / km

Wednesday May 25, 2011 #

trail run 1:00:28 [2] 11.83 km (5:07 / km) +166m 4:47 / km

Around Lake Wintergreen + an extra loop. Coming back I was about to pass a couple when I saw they had an unleashed pitbull, they said "she's fine" and asked if I wanted them to hold it while I passed. He held it, but not for very long, as soon as I had passed he let go and the dog came chasing me. I stopped, faced away and waited for them to call for it. So scary, no pitbull is fine!

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