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Mårten Boström - Tempted to Train - Timeout in Turkey

Tempted to Train - Timeout in Turkey

Looking at a calendar it feels illusory to start the The World Cup in orienteering this time of the year. The most important races of the season are months away and in a normal winter most of Scandinavia would still be under a thick snow cover. The orienteering elite are…
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however now gathered in the southeastern most part of Europe to get the season under way tomorrow south of Kemer on the Mediterranean coast. I am strongly focusing on quantity in my training and during the last few weeks in Andalucía I’ve done orienteering more frequently than ever before. It will pay off at some point, but is the time? I tend to become more critical towards my orienteering = accepting less mistakes the more I orienteer so it should be good leading up to these races. The weekend starts off with the middle distance qualification tomorrow and hopefully final…

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