I’m guessing the plan is having you start in a base phase which by definition will not have a lot of the intense efforts since you’re literally building a base to work off of later in your training. With only 9 weeks until the event, I guess you’d have to decide if you’re ok doing lower intensity stuff or if you would want to scrap it and just add in a build/specialty block manually. Personally, I’d just use what TR gave me. It’s your first race in over a year, so I doubt you’ll be setting the world on fire anyways. Take it slow, build back and maybe by the end of the year you’ll be flying.
My opinion. Stick with the base stuff. While short burst / climbing is what you need in the long run. You will need stamina unless it’s a really short race.
You can always add a few train now sessions after a few weeks if you feel good.
The body doesn’t respond well to high intensity before you got a decent base fitness. So starting with high intensity and thinking you’ll improve faster is a bit backwards thinking, it’s just valuable time lost of developing your base fitness.