Monthly Archives: March 2016

Women’s running pioneer shares her story with Yakima, by Tammy Ayer, Yakima Herald

Three numbers — 2-6-1 — changed Kathrine Switzer’s life. She hopes they’ll change the lives of countless other women, too. Switzer wore those numbers on April 19, 1967, when Boston Marathon race director Jock Semple tried to pull her off

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Kathrine’s Boston Expo Booth Hours

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The Pioneer, OptimMYz Magazine, Christine Blanchette

Kathrine Switzer did more than just become the first woman to finish the Boston Marathon back in 1967. In the process she dragged the male power brokers who controlled the event kicking and screaming into the 20th century. And she

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