Exhibition with no AR's but oh well.
Good to get out and stretch the legs.
For those new to this blog, I write about my games. I have a gps tracker and provide some rudimentary stats. Nobody reads this but whatever.
To bring everyone up to speed:
I generally only wear 2010 World Cup jerseys. I have 3 sets of 3 colours (yes, 9 jerseys total), yellow, black and red. I've named these:
El Presidente (red)
Actually, for this game I wore a new Euro kit. I only have singles of those (yellow and dark) so maybe yellow Euro shall be: Goldmember
Two halves of 35 minutes each. Exhibition so the boys were tame and restrained. Kinda nice in a way, just playing soccer and not trying to finish with body checks. One or two players didn't get the memo and went in a bit hard but other than that fairly straight forward.
Am using a new GPS tracker. Well, same software but new phone. I use Endomondo (http://www.endomondo.com/home) it's a free app(lication). Set the phone to mute, start the app, strap on via armband and voila, free gps tracker.
half / total distance (km) / avg speed (km/hr) / top speed (min/km)
1st / 2.49 / 4.2 / 3:16
2nd / 2.17 / 3.5 / 3:53
This version of the app provides top speed as min/km. Is a 3 min kilometre good?
However, not bad overall. On pace for 5.99 km over 90 minutes.
I don't think the field boundaries are accurate, next game might have to do a gps baseline and 'mark' the midline.
Anyway, not bad diagonals each half.
Must think of name for dark Euro.