• 54m 43s
  • 6.26 miles
  • 08m 44s /Mi

2 laps around the neighborhood.
A little dehydrated and hungry when I started but the weather was too nice to pass up. Started a little faster than I wanted but I kept getting faster throughout :)

  • 25m
  • 1148.29 yards
  • 02m 12s /100 yards


  • 41m 27s
  • 4.20 miles
  • 09m 52s /Mi

Trail run at the gym. I've never done the trail before and I'm actually pretty impressed. I didn't wear the garmin but I figure it was about 1.4miles out and back. Would've been great before Charlottesville. Oh well.

Up all night Sunday + 105miles Monday + 13hr workday Tuesday = 1 tired puppy
  • 6h 00m 57s
  • 103.38 miles
  • 17.18 Mi/hr

Tour de Moore.
Got there pretty early so I could register and get everything ready. Saw lots and lots of people from C4, Marsha and Al from the tri-club and Greg was there volunteering (before he biked the route). There was probably over 250 people there and it was supposed to be a staggered start with the 100miler going first. From what I saw, most people left when we did. And with that many people, I REALLY expected to be able to draft the whole way... most of the way... some of the way... ANY of the way. I was in a tight group for about the first 12miles and that was about it. After about mile 25, I probably only saw 20 different people on the road. That made for one long lonely ride.
Nothing but hills the whole way. I made it 73miles before I had to stop and refuel. I stopped again 15miles later to refuel. That was a tough 15miles! I had a sandwich, watermelon, and cookies at that station. It was great they were all well stocked. The last leg wasn't too bad but my whole body was shot by that point and I just wanted it over... and then I turn onto Connecticut Ave. Already past the century mark, there's a big ass hill for the next few miles. It was tough mentally just trying to convince yourself to keep going. I wasn't the only one feeling that way; driving home past people climbing that hill... the look on their faces said it all!
The food was great at the finish. The typical stuff was under one tent and the other was catered by 'the sly fox'. We had salad, pasta, macaroni salad, cheese and salami... I was impressed.
Overall it was a great ride. I kept a good pace and was only off my bike about 20min total. My ass is sore, my feet hurt, my calves are burning but it was a good time.

  • 2h 36m 47s
  • 45.89 miles
  • 17.56 Mi/hr

Wagram out and back. About 7 of us are doing the Tour de Moore tomorrow so we tried to keep an easy pace. Double pace line and 5mile pulls going out; double pace line and .75mile pulls coming back. The wind was ridiculous and somehow I always ended up in the front. I felt like I kept picking the wrong line at the grocery store!

  • 07m 42s
  • 1.00 miles
  • 07m 42s /Mi

Quick transition; quick run

I think I earned a day off. And I did mount my snowboarding video camera to my bike :) If it doesn't fall off or vibrate too much, it should be fun to record some of the Tour de Moore monday.
  • 15m
  • 688.98 yards
  • 02m 11s /100 yards

Went to the gym for my free fitness assessment. 2.7% body fat; 20.6 BMI; 70.1% water; Compared to 2005: 9.8% body fat; 21.2 BMI; 64% water. My flexibility went down and my pushups went down but I gained 1.5" on calves, 1" in chest, lost 2" in waist and arms stayed the same. Recovery HR improved from 109bpm ('05) to 85bpm.

Started this late so my swim was cut short (a lot).


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