In The Media
Soul Sistas
Faith the size of a mustard seed
A BIBLICAL PARABLE tells about how
the tiny mustard seed builds to a tree,
"so that the birds of the air come and
lodge in the branches thereof."

Seattle Times, 2007
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This summer, a boisterous bunch of
African American women calling
African American women calling
African American women calling
them-selves the Soul Sistas can be
them-selves the Soul Sistas can be
seen at the start lines of local races,
including the recent Seattle to Portland
Bicycle Ride and the upcoming
Danskin Triathlon.

Puget Sound Business Journal, 2007
The Swiss ball (aka fitness ball, aka
stability ball) has been around since
the mid-1960s and roosts in nearly
every physical-therapy clinic and gym,
as well as in many homes. It is as
simple as a device can be. Hey, it's just
a ball.

Seattle Times, 2007
Soul Sistas Bike Group Conquers First
Interstate Ride:
All-woman bicycling club covers 204
miles riding from Seattle to Portland

The Skanner, 2007
race.” The Danskin Triathlon’s motto
couldn’t be more true when applied to
and Joyce LaBoo

HangProud, 2009