Ironman Texas – Team PIC Style

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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8 Responses

  1. Uncle Norm says:

    Good luck Patricia’s
    Sonya, What a cool event to be involved in.

  2. Donna says:

    The blackout rule is an ITU one. It is mandatory now and a part of the classification rules as approved when triathlon was added as a Paralympic sport. Classification is one of the most controversial and complex parts of parasport. As a challenged athlete in a non obvious category (non amputee, non wheelchair) it is a huge struggle and I welcome you to our soapbox :-)

    I am so excited for you and Michelle. What a fantastic opportunity!

  3. Denny Gillen says:

    Thank you, Sonja, for giving back to our sport and especially in such a wonderful manner. This will make Patricia’s day, and it speaks volumes to others who are physically challenged. You are a tremendous role model, Sonja.

  4. Mom says:

    Great job ladies! I enjoyed this IM as much as any other!

    PINK CAMO?!!! Wow, that is soooo cool!!

  5. Veronica B. says:

    You guys are so awesome for helping Patricia out. And yes, Quintana Roo rocks. I bought a Chicqilo (entry-level non-camo, non-carbon version for us poor folk ;-) ) this spring and haven’t looked back. Love her to pieces!

  6. Heather says:

    You guys really did an awesome job! What an inspiration!!! And the QR bike in camo totally kicks ass, Love mine to death = actually any of the QR bikes are top notch :)

  7. Cami says:

    What an awesome opportunity!!! Every person you meet will teach you something if you let them. I love the pink camo bike, too!!! Keep doing good! You’re an inspiration to us all!!!

  8. Jen says:

    Proud to ride QR knowing how they went above and beyond for you guys in TX. I can’t picture many bike guys doing that. Loved following along on Saturday. Congrats again to the three of you for a great race and to Patricia for cracking the 12-hour mark she was shooting for.

    P.S. I am more motivated than ever to learn how to break down and build my bike. ( ;

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