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April 07, 2017

The Power of the Singlet 2017

Heather Stephens

It was the most beautiful scene. A giant group of Oiselle women standing on the starting line of the Phoenix Half Marathon. It was in the fleeting moment between the starting commands and raising the gun that I took a brief pause to breathe it all in. The women standing next to me, from around the world, right there with me. Same love, different paths to that line. Same moment of pause, different goals from start to finish. Same singlet, different stories representing those wearing it. The strength that radiated through me in that moment extends beyond the starting line of a race. It lends a hand in moments all of life’s starting lines. All moments of vulnerability. And so we asked our team, what does wearing the singlet mean to you? 


March 29, 2017

Getting Ready For Boston With Beth Gillespie

Heather Stephens

I ran my 18th marathon last September with my running bestie at my side the entire race. I literally turned to her before the gun went off and said, we don’t have to do this you know, we could just cheer people on at the finish line. She laughed and started her Garmin. At the finish, after crying with joy to be done, I hugged her and said “how about we go whale watching the next time I come to visit?” I told her was ready to take a significant break from marathon training and running. And for the first time, in the 10 years I’d been running full marathons, I actually meant it.