HUGE CONGRATS!!!

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Let me take a minute to shine the light on 2 very deserving bootcampers…

The WOFB Coaches would like to congratulate Marcia and Nikki for conquering the Spartan Beast in Colorado this past weekend.  If you are familiar with the Spartan series of races, the Beast is….well a BEAST.  The girls’ course was 13.2 miles of mountain running interspersed with challenging obstacles.  Not an easy feat when you’re at an elevation of over 13,000 ft above sea level and the air is thin.  They flew out there to complete their Trifecta which is earned when you finish one of each Spartan distance – Sprint, Super and Beast (or Ultra) – in a calendar year (January 1st – December 31st), anywhere in the world.   You become a member of the Spartan Trifecta Tribe and are awarded with a special medal!  AND YOU GIRLS DEFINITELY EARNED IT!!

More so, not only did their husbands fly out there with them as moral support, but the hubbies participated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  OMG! How amazing!!!

CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS (AND BOYS)!  WE ARE ALL SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!

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2 Responses to “HUGE CONGRATS!!!”

  1. Nikki Herrera Says:

    Thank you Rima for posting this. The race was definitely hard, grueling, tough, and it was hard for us to acclimate to the thin air. But it was so worth it. Thank you so much for all the love and support you have given us. Love you!

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  2. Nikki Herrera Says:

    That was very nice. Did you read what she wrote about the husbands?

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