Monthly Archives: March 2015

5 women from Syracuse who earned a place in the National Women’s Hall of Fame, Syracuse.com by Jill Teitjen

You know the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls commemorates women who left their mark on the nation. There are civic leaders. Suffragists. People who blazed a way forward. But did you know some had Syracuse connections? See

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Kathrine Switzer Remembers the Boston Marathon, Boston Magazine

I didn’t intend to make a political statement when I ran the Boston Marathon in 1967. I was just a girl who wanted to run. Since there were few women’s sports in those days, I was training with the men’s

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International Women’s Day races bring change across the globe, Canadian Running Magazine

Today is International Women’s Day and that’s something taken seriously among runners across the globe. The running community itself has seen many incredible moments from female runners down through the decades. For feminist runners, the name Kathrine Switzer is one of

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Celebrating International Women’s Day, Women’s Running UK

To mark International Women’s Day, WR Editor-in-Chief Christina Macdonald reflects on the amazing women who have inspired her to achieve her own goals in life Today is International Women’s Day, so my thoughts are turning to female role models I’ve

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Mallorca hosts Europe’s only all-girl marathon thanks to the woman who ‘gatecrashed’ Boston, gnomes

THE only all-female marathon in Europe will be run for the second time on Sunday in Palma de Mallorcaand, once again, has been organised by the first-ever woman to run the Boston version. Kathrine Switzer, who was 20 when she

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day: Be Fearless, Be Free, Be Grateful 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. For me, it’s also

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