|Negotiating the mangroves bordering Riley's Bay|
Though I started out slowly, and never felt like I was cruising, I got through the seriously hilly 14km run unscathed and at a reasonable average pace. My mind was focused on my calf the whole way, but I couldn't detect a recurrence of the injury.
|Traversing Maitland Bay|
The first few kilometres were no problem, though I was quite tired from yesterday, but then I rolled the suspect ankle as we traversed some mangroves and shortly afterwards hyper-extended the same calf when I misjudged a step. From that point on I was conscious of some pain in the lower calf the whole way, though it moved around a bit. I finished the run as intended, but the calf has since been somewhat painful. I enjoyed the run, but should have stuck to my original plan. Tomorrow I will just walk five kilometres, as I usually do on Mondays after a heavy running weekend, and am hoping that by Tuesday the calf feels normal again. If not, I will be kicking myself.