Full control but fairly safe along roads and paths. 5 to 6 would have probably been faster to take the road earlier. 6 to 7 instead of ZigZag maybe a loop to the right around the start would have been smarter..
1: too much zigzag along paths with a big U-turn before the control
3: ran past the control, then to the wrong stone (some other course had a control here), and then back to my control
4: OKish but straighter would have been better
5: OK until I was distracted by others just before the control and made a stupid loop before returning to the original plan.
6-7-F: nothing to report..
Hot and humid.
Quite warm and humid on Saturday.
OK in the beginning: start-91-86-88-84-89
The last two controls were difficult, 97 on a steep downslope where we climbed the hill a bit too soon, and struggled to get down from the hill after finding the control. 92 was easy enough to get close to, but in hindsight I suspect it's not actually located in the place indicated on the map...
Without much training and without any time goal I participated in the Jakob half-marathon.
Up to 10 km things went smoothly. Then the steady uphill towards 11 km felt quite tough, although I sort of kept up the pace until about 14 km. From there it was a fight with a bit of walking now and then... The steady slow-down towards the finish shows in my 5k splits: 26:23, 27:25, 28:51, and 30:16. For comparison in 2012 on this course my 5k splits were: 23:47, 24:17, 24:20, and 24:09 - very steady and not slowing towards the end.
Here's a chart with the min/km times from the half-marathons I've run.
Next year I must remember to do one or two 90-120 minute training runs per month and things will go much smoother...
First 100+ k ride this year! A bit of rain in the middle and a steady headwind as usual