Due to the corona pandemic we are in lockdown, which means staying at home and only exercise once a day. All competitions are cancelled because any gathering of more than 2 people together are not allowed.
So there was a virtual challenge to do more than 500 elevation meters in one session. Since for me 217 was the most ever, doing 500 around the town was not going to happen. But I like a challenge and set out scanning the area where I could do the most elevation meters. Living in Bangor, Northern Ireland, a coastal town I found a nice stretch going down to the sea. I could do a loupe of approximately 1,5 -2 k and cover 25 meters.
I was very satisfied with the result of my virtual competition:
First of all I did 11 km!
Second I combined this with 193 elevation meters!
Only my Race over the Glens on the first of January had 217 m. The day after I was not really stiff or tired … I am so happy with this!