Keep in touch with PhilVilleneuve


Male, 42 years, Canmore, Canada
Boxing, Canoeing, Circuit training… (+18 more)

Doing my best to keep the pedal to the metal!

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  • 24 Moves

    45:23 h

    789.0 km

    24107 kcal

  • Greatest Moves

    • Openwater swimming 0:57'22.6, 3.54 km

      Grizzly Openwater Swim - Canmore Quarry - 3000m (data includes warmup) - Hard swim, choppy water... but overall good experience. Started to fade on last 2 laps of 6x 500m loops. Probably won't switch to swim competitions anytime soon!

    • Cross-country skiing 2:27'32.1, 47.25 km

      P'ayak Loppet - 50km SufferFest. Happy to get this one on the books. Never too late for the first race of the season! Tough course for nordic standards w/ 1,000m+ of climbing - ouch.

    • Trail running 4:05'46.3, 49.92 km

      Grizzly 50 Ultra - 1st overall Tough but good race considering I haven't done much running in the past month (due to injury). The course was relatively 'easy' as far as total elev goes (+1,237m) I struggled on the first 2 loops which were a bit flat/speedy for this guy, but the hilly loops (3, 4 and 5) on the back half helped me take the lead at the 35k mark and maintain it to the end! Results:

    • Trail running 8:35'52.3, 81.94 km

      Meet Your Maker 50 miler: 8h35 - 2nd place Challenging course, super well organized - Good battle at the front all day long with Mike and Mark. Took lead at 65km, but stomach issues came back to haunt me in last 5km where I lost the lead in the final stretch - all good. happy with run!

    • Trail running 7:01'35.1, 54.02 km

      Rockwall Trail - Floe to Marble (Paint Pots bridge was washed out) Tried to go for a speed attempt, but only able to match last yr's time of 6h45min from Floe to Paint Pots (give or take a min since I detoured to Marble 1km from PP trailhead). Maybe I shouldn't have 'warmed up' with Rundle yesterday... oh well. Great day, felt ok considering.

    • Trail running 5:51'48.6, 43.72 km

      KneeKnacker Trail Race - 30mile Tough day at the office... realized I didn't recover from UXC 2 wks ago, travel, etc... Fantastic course, steep climbs, and awesome technical trails... loved it - just wish I had felt better! So be it. Live and learn.

    • Trail running 6:24'06.5, 56.30 km

      Ultimate XC - 50km (56km) Long day at the office... ugh - that hurt. alot. Might have started a bit too fast, had some low energy moments in the middle, but managed to stay relatively consitent, and finish strong. Hard, hard technical trails, decent elev gain - will be back next yr!

    • Trail running 11:04'33.4, 52.96 km

      Canmore 4 Peaks: Grotto Mtn + Lady MacDonald + Rundle (EEOR) + Ha Ling... Used my house as base camp, and took a 'refuel' break at the halfway mark. Changed shoes, socks and off I went - Longest day ever for me in the mtns - Body held up pretty good, but happy to get this one in the books!

    • Running 3:53'20.8 Average heart rate 152 bpm, 45.26 km

      PowderFace 42km (45?) Records fell today! I beat my best previous course record (4:09) set in 2007 by ~16min, posting a 3:53 (times approx as timing had difficulty). Taylor Murphy set a new course record of 3:37!!

    • Running 6:33'17.9 Average heart rate 151 bpm, 58.00 km

      Ultimate XC Trail Race: 58km This was my longest race was also my first real test since getting injured (achilles) about a month ago, so I was a bit nervous to go this long. The course was very difficult w/ 3,000m of climbing! I had a few stomach issues along the way, but I was able to finish strong and took the lead in the final kms. Was also very pleased to set a new course record!

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