I feeeel gooood

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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  1. I feel good, too! I’m so excited for you! I think the Moab loop course will work well for a 100 mile newbie. Easier to fuel and take care of you. No doubt you are going to blaze it! Does Moab allow pacers? Recruit some friends to come run with you in the Dark Hours and buy yourself some kick-ass lights. GoSonya!

  2. Hey, I just realized it’s a FULL MOON that weekend! How cool is that? Hopefully, there will be so much light you won’t even need a headlamp….

  3. Kelly says:

    I think “haunkin’” is one of the funniest words I’ve ever read!! You are going to rock it out at Moab!!

  4. DavidH says:

    The Moab 100 looks amazing! I can completely appreciate the loopy course decision. Rocky Raccoon 100 will be my first 100 in another 3 weeks and the 5 loop course was one of the main reasons I chose to do it. There is just an added bit of comfort that I think will be nice on race day. Of course, I may have something else to say at the start of loop five. :)

    I look forward to following your journey! Have fun down in AZ.

  5. Kim says:

    Sonja–Best to you in your pursuit of the 100 miler. And, 57 mile weeks can actually be quite sufficient, especially because you are biking and swimming. Overtraining never gets long term success. Keep up the great work and blog!

  6. Jen Harrison says:

    WOW! I found your blog via Adrienne’s (I am her coach) and I had to re-read the 100 Moab race! LOVE THAT. FUN blog! Glad I stumbled across it. GOOD luck! :)

  7. Anne says:

    So tempting …

    It makes me want to go ahead and do the Rocky 50, but as said to Caine in Kung Fu, “Patience Grasshoper”

    You are going to rock it! Can’t wait to hear all about it!

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