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“Instead of trying to create something new, with Sole Sisters this year we wanted to create something really affordable and to offer a few different options for days to walk or run your virtual 5K,” Chesnutt says. “And we wanted you to do it for someone else, to celebrate the HERo in your life.”
Sole Sisters Women’s Race cares too much about you, our volunteers, spectators and sponsors to rush to offer an event without full confidence that the environment we provide is encouraging…
Sole Sisters wishes everyone tenderness for the past, courage for the present and hope for the future. That sentiment moved us so much that it is on the ribbon of the Sole Sisters December Virtual Challenge finisher medal. It felt like something we needed to say as we reflect on 2020.
Apologies to the Game of Thrones writer who had the character Tyrion Lannister say it first when he said: “That's what I do. I drink, and I know things.” I…
2020 Sole Sisters 5K will now become a VIRTUAL RACE for all participants. If you do not want to participate virtually you have the option to defer to next year with the same 2020 swag. Please email us at [email protected] if you would like that option, otherwise you will automatically have kit mailed to you.
We know the impact our SOCIALS have to local communities so it is especially difficult for us to have to cancel our forty plus (40+) Sole Sisters SOCIALS that were due to start this month in five communities across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
This International Women’s Day – Sole Sisters Women’s Race wants you to #StopWaiting2020. What do we mean by #StopWaiting2020? Sole Sisters wants to empower women of all sizes (and ages) to walk or run in their sports bra as a Sole Sisters Bra Squad. No matter what you look like, no matter how you feel about how you look, no matter where you are on your fitness journey… let’s build confidence together by creating a place where you can work out and build a positive perception of your body.
If you know me at all then you know I’ve done a bazillion running races. I use that scientific measurement (bazillion is a thing isn’t it?) to be funny. But, the truth is I have no idea how many races I have done or the number of miles I have run since I started in 1987 but it is a lot. I only know that once I discovered running and racing, I simply never stopped. With Grit & Gratitude I hope I never do.