Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Saturday, February 15, 2003
Some advice when planning your raceA few words of advice when planning a race...
You must finish to win.
The race is won in the last kilometers, not the first.
Consistency is more important than absolute speed.
It is more important to be fast at the end of the course than at the beginning.
Those bits of advice are all worth thinking about. I bumped into them in a book about auto racing and adapted them a bit to fit orienteering. The basic ideas -- patience, consistency and the importance of the later parts of a race -- all seem sound. posted by Michael | 8:08 PM
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