2012 Kona Ironman Prequel

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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6 Responses

  1. I hope to draw on your strength this weekend. Just know that you are awesome and a time on a clock defines nothing about you, 8 hours or 10 hours…

    can’t wait to get the full report on your adventure!

  2. Emily says:

    I feel your pain FPC. No need to rush through processing the race, although I do find writing race reports to be helpful in finding positive parts about the day. And a little fire in the belly never hurt anyone :). Cheers on an excellent season!

  3. Veronica B. says:

    You still did AWESOME Sonja. And as I told Michelle, an absolutely DISASTROUS 2010 season is what put the fire in my belly for the last two seasons of successful racing. I can only hope that this race does the same for you. I’ve grown to think that the bad races are almost more important than the good races.

  4. Audra says:

    Sonja- more than you know I draw strength from you, you you you are the voice in my head and the fire in my heart. You have taught me lessons ever since we meet years ago that I will carry with me forever. I love you.

  5. Katie says:

    Sonja, you are smoking hot!! Am I allowed to say that?!?


    I look up to you when you are victorious, yes, because you so often are and that is insiring. But your real strength shows when you work to overcome, when you stumble and process and grow.

    Love you! Lots!!

  6. Laura Trimble says:

    I should probably wait for the whole report before commenting, but I think I know how it’s going to go. The results don’t tell the story and you fought bravely throughout – not every day can be your day and you have far bigger ones to come. But be patient and don’t rush the next steps, you have plenty of time to figure things out.

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