Runner Kathrine Switzer spreads message of fearlessness, Houston Chronicle

By Roberta MacGinnis

Kathrine Switzer became a worldwide sensation in 1967 when a Boston Marathon race director tried to shove her off the course after he saw her running in what traditionally had been a men-only event. The scene, captured by a photographer, transformed her life.

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