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Katie logged 2846 miles.

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  1. swim
    great 2750 m 00:50 29:15 pace

    Morning swim! Longest in a while, mixed in some speed and pull.

  2. VELO
    63.8 km 02:56 13.5mph pace

    First time up cypress! Hard climb but so good! Up the mountain in 1:04

  3. RUN
    5.52 km 00:28 08:09 pace

    Hilly West Point grey loop run

  4. swim
    2200 m 00:44 32:11 pace

    Morning swim at kits pool! W/u, then 25m/50m/75m pickups! 2 lengths pull and some c/d

  5. swim
    2000 m 00:40 32:11 pace

    Post night swim- w/u, 3x200, some pull, kick, 100 x3 drill

  6. RUN
    7.3 km 00:37 08:09 pace

    Run with 6 x 30 sec pickups, felt hard but good

  7. FIT
    01:30

    Quarry rock hike with nik! Beautiful

  8. VELO
    00:55

    Indoor ride, 55 mins, online workout with increase speeds/resist sets

  9. swim
    2050 m 00:40 31:24 pace

    Evening swim! Drills and pull

  10. RUN
    6.75 km 00:36 08:34 pace

    Run home from work! Legs felt heavy but nice to run!

  11. RUN
    10 km 00:54 08:41 pace

    Trail run pacific spirit with Trish! Hilly but awesome!

  12. VELO
    00:45

    Indoor ride, lots of hills and drills!

  13. VELO
    01:30

    Indoor trainer ride, different drills, getting back into it post vacay

  14. RUN
    5.25 km 00:26 07:58 pace

    Post work run commute home, heavy legs

  15. VELO
    01:00

    Back in the saddle!

  16. swim
    2100 m 00:45 34:29 pace

    Swim- w/u- 8x200m, c/d

  17. swim
    2450 m 00:45 29:33 pace

    Morning swim at uvic!

  18. RUN
    8 km 00:43 08:39 pace

    Run with Trish and rach! Queen E loop!

  19. RUN
    5.6 km 00:30 08:37 pace

    Post cycle run! Short and sweet

  20. FIT
    01:15

    Indoor cycle at obc! Tough but great! Tri training