Oct 16, 2015 –
Oct 18, 2015
FOUR RULE-BREAKING LESSONS FROM THE FIRST WOMAN TO RUN THE BOSTON MARATHON, Fast Company, by Gwen Moran
HOW KATHRINE SWITZER’S HISTORY-MAKING MOVE IN 1967 LED TO A CAREER ADVOCATING FOR WOMEN IN SPORTS.
When Kathrine “K.V.” Switzer took her place at the starting line of the 1967 Boston...
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to run in an official marathon race when she ran in the Boston race, which is being held on Monday.
Until then it...
Reporting from the Boston Marathon photo bridge, Kathrine Switzer reports on the near photo finish of the elite women’s race.
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Here, Kathrine reports from the race course where she first made history.
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8 Women Made History at Boston Marathon in 1972 --14,000 Registered in 2015 Race, Huffington Post by Beverly Wettenstein
On April 19, 1967, Kathrine Switzer, 20, a journalism major at Syracuse University, entered the Boston Marathon as “K.V. Switzer,” wearing a bulky sweatsuit. At the time, the Amateur Athletics...
International Women’s Day: Be Fearless, Be Free, Be Grateful
Message from Kathrine
This Sunday, March 8, is International Women’s Day. This day we celebrate the achievements of women with a day of action: more than talk, we will DO…
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Kathrine and 261 Women’s Marathon in Elle Magazine Blogpost Spain
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