Kathrine featured in Runner’s World article: “Do Women-Only Races Still Have a Purpose?”

…”Many of these women experience a sense of empowerment that they never had before,” said Switzer of women running women-only races today. Switzer continues to spread that message internationally, including as part of the 261 Women’s Marathon and 10K, which is run in Spain. (261 was her Boston Marathon bib number in 1967.) “They’re in control of their bodies and therefore their destinies,” Switzer said. “For the first time in their life they really feel that wonderful sense of accomplishment and self-esteem.”…


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