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Kathrine Switzer


Oct 28, 2016

Girls on the Run Boston, Boston, MA United States
Kathrine will be making her last Boston area appearance here until next spring, just before she runs her 50th anniversary Boston Marathon. How appropriate to support Girls On The Run Greater Boston, so these girls can grow up to be strong empowered women! We’re on Road To Remarkable at the prestigious Boston College Club downtown for this gala; get info at www.girlsontherunboston.org and get tickets and sponsorship packages at

Oct 28, 2016 –
Oct 30, 2016

261 Fearless Train the Trainer Retreat, Boston, MA United States
Kathrine will be making an appearance at 261 Fearless’ Train the Trainer in the Boston area, we plan to start a great series of 261 Fearless Clubs in New England. Want to start a 261 Fearless Club? You need to take the how-to course first!–and it will probably inspire you beyond your wildest dreams because it’s about getting fast, it’s about creating the community of women.

Nov 3, 2016 –
Nov 6, 2016

TCS New York City Marathon, New York City, NY United States
This is an annual fixture for Kathrine. Most of the weekend, she is the guest runner host for Australian runners traveling with RunFun Travel, Australia! What fun! She will make a dinner speech for them on Nov.3. On Nov. 4 &5 she will also be at the NYCM expo; booth #210 with Marathon Tours signing/selling her book and taking photos. Her hours at expo: Fri 12-6, Sat 10-3. On Sat night Nov.5, Kathrine and Roger Robinson are the guest speakers for Marathon Tours at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Sunday: race day press work!

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The Woman Who Changed Running Forever, Fan First Magazine

Fifty years ago, Kathrine Switzer put on bib number 261, ran the Boston Marathon, and earned icon status when an official tried to yank her from the race. She became...

Kathrine Switzer will run 121st Boston Marathon in Celebration of 50th Anniversary of her Historic Run

The woman who made history by pinning on an official race bib and running in the 1967 Boston Marathon will run the 2017 Boston Marathon

The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) and...

NYT Review: A Sport Comes a Long Way in ‘Free to Run’, Daniel M. Gold

“Free to Run” is an idiosyncratic account of the rise of long-distance running over the last 50 years, viewing it not so much as sport as a social revolution shaking...

Q&A: Kathrine Switzer talks Seneca Falls 19K, Tubman on the $20, marathon training at 69 and more, by David Wilcox, Auburn Citizen

Kathrine Switzer wants to be part of history again.

She was in 1967 when she became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon as a numbered entry. And she hopes...

Reebok teams with Kathrine Switzer & 261 Fearless; by Donna Goodman, Boston Herald

Reebok is expanding its reach into fitness and running through a new partnership with Kathrine Switzer — who made history as the first woman to run and finish the Boston...

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50th Anniversary Run for Kathrine at Boston Marathon, 2017


Kathrine in Elle Magazine Blogpost Spain
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