Did you know it’s 46.58 miles from Highlands Ranch to Boulder?

Sonja Wieck

A Denver area triathlete enjoying every day of swim bike run. Mom to Annie, wife to Troy, and guide to a few brave athletes, I'm always in search of the next adventure.

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10 Responses

  1. Dan says:

    Why? Why do you write posts such as these? Now I have to get off the couch, away from the laptop and go outside to run. In the snow. And I’m going to blame you for having fun and bettering myself.

    :)

  2. Amy McD says:

    Congrats!! I loved the Subway part – made me tear up!! Great job!!

  3. Hillary says:

    I am so jealous that Ben got to run with you yesterday but I am very glad that he had so much fun with everyone. Congratulations on the great training day and good luck on Catalina! You and I both KNOW you can do it!

  4. Mom says:

    Sounds like a GREAT day!! I’m so glad you worked your way through the whole thing! We are proud of you!

  5. Noell says:

    Nicely done!! I wish I could have been there for some of it!! Does this mean I am not seeing you at Masters tomorrow?!?

  6. Laura J says:

    You did AWESOME. Now when you toe the line at Catalina, you KNOW you know that you not only can do it but can thrive. You’re going to hit that “corner” again that feels like the end, but you’ll see it for what it is. Thanks so much for letting us be part of your journey. And thanks for the motivation to get running again.

  7. Mishy says:

    Inspiring! You are a bright shining star in this world. Congrats to you and all who ran with you.

  8. Dave says:

    So impressive. Not only do you find the time and strength (and SUPPORT!) to run such an incredible distance, you also have the time to blog and edit video??? Way to push the envelope, Sonja! You ROCK!

  1. December 21, 2008

    [...] water! Add to that the lifting and running….and…I thought I was sore but then my friend Sonja ran 46.58 miles from Highlands Ranch to Boulder. Um, yeah, for real. I was lucky enough to join in for a short [...]

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