Tane Cambridge Blog: QBDay 2016
By ONZ Online Coordinator - Roger Woodroofe - Sun 12 Jun 2016 11:43pm
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Tane Cambridge has posted a race review of his experiences at Queen’s Birthday Orienteering races on his personal website blog:

“It didn’t feel all that long ago since I was last up running around the sandhills near Levin, but once again I found myself in a car battling the Queens Birthday traffic north of Wellington. At the time I entered I was still in a full length arm brace, so I was unsure just how much running around I’d be able to do. Each day I entered a different course, at the time aiming for a run time of around an hour per course. I was keen to try and not put pressure on myself to run fast. This would mean the chances of falling over would be much lower as pretty much the worst thing that could happen to me at the moment is to fall over and stick my arm out, injuring what has just been fixed, so I’m banned from most high risk activities for the time being…”

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