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Kathrine Switzer shares inspirational story of running Boston Marathon, by Alex Resila, CNY Central

Men and women running in the Boston Marathon is a very common sight. Up until Syracuse University student Katherine Switzer ran the entire 26.2 mile race back in 1967, no woman had officially entered and run the marathon. Switzer says

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GOING THE DISTANCE: Switzer’s story is a compelling one, by Scott Porter, Finger Lakes Times

I have met just a handful of famous athletes. At Henninger High School in Syracuse of all places, I met the great skier Jean-Claude Killy. At the now-extinct Memorial Stadium in Cleveland, Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski signed my baseball glove. At

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Famed runners Kathrine Switzer, Roger Robinson to speak at AHS, Auburn Citizen

Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially enter and run the Boston Marathon, will be speaking at Auburn High School on Oct. 19. Joining Switzer is Roger Robinson, who ran for New Zealand in world championships, set age group records

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