World Run II / Reports
The map shows the position of which the pictures for the day are taken (if any). The start and finish markers are placed at the first and last valid registered position. This is not nessesary the actual start and finish position, if GSM or GPS signals was not available.
Distance today: 24.0 km (Accumulated: 34949.0 km)
Elapsed time: 02:25:28
Start 10:30am., 10c, light rain & light wind, at cross of Bayview Trail & Hwy.1, in Wells.Finish 13:36pm., 17c, overcast & same, at cross of Mason St. & Hwy., in Biddeford.
The legs were very sore today, especially the back of the right leg to the point where I'd suspect injuries to occour if I run too long in that condition.
Was ready to stop todays run after 15km but atleast got 24k before it was "enough" if I wanted to be ready to continue the run tomorrow.
I will make sure to rest as well as possible and do some extra streatching tonight. Hopefully it helps - besides that, if I make a very long stage tomorrow I should reach 35 00km. But it doesnt seem even remotely likely right now.
The endomondo gps-tracking system had one of its 'days' again. Through the course of the wr2 it has an error percent of around 10% wich I guess still is acceptible as the electronice often is the weak link in a run like this as it also is in rough-conditions expeditions.
Today I unfortunately first noticed a few miles too late that the endomondo tracking program had shut down. So there is a 4km section midway where the tracking is missing. Luckily my webmaster, Kasper Vibe-Leonhardt, has made a back-up system wich independently gps-stamps the pictures from each stage (also w. an easy upload function) - an excellent solution wich throught the 35 000km's has had an error percent of less than 1%. Perhaps he should go into professional tracking equiptment producing... I've yet to experience a solution from him in both wr1 and wr2 that wasnt reliable down to perfectionism.
A Huge THANKS to Kasper for always providing a solution to keep the documentation of my world run's 100% in place :-)