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Marshalltown High School’s Susan Fritzell recognized as Iowa NHD Teacher of the Year

By Sarah Dukler | May 10, 2024

This year, two MHS projects are headed to nationals in College Park, Md. — a tandem performance from juniors Isaac Seberger and Isaac Benscoter on the post-World War I Bonus…

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The U.S. Olympic Women’s Marathon Team Will Race Each Other in New York City

By Sarah Dukler | May 8, 2024

Before they take on 26.2 miles in Paris, Fiona O’Keeffe, Emily Sisson, and Dakotah Lindwurm will compete at the historic women-only Mini 10K.

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Milk Hosting EVERY WOMAN’S MARATHON

By Sarah Dukler | May 8, 2024

The Only US Marathon Designed For Women, By Women

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In Defense of the Word “Jogger”

By Sarah Dukler | May 1, 2024

The term gets a bad rap in the running community—but we should be using it more. I also associate jogging with the running boom of the 1970s. You know, the…

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Kathrine Switzer: “Così ho cambiato la storia della maratona e delle donne”

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 22, 2024

Con il pettorale 261 in gara nel 1967 a Boston: “La corsa è uno strumento per l’empowerment femminile”

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History in the making: the women inspiring the next generation of runners

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 19, 2024
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Those who paved the way: A (brief) history of women at the Boston Marathon

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 19, 2024
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When The Boston Marathon Was A Men’s Only Race

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 19, 2024

Katherine Switzer was the first female runner and was not welcomed.

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Boston Marathon Fast Facts

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 18, 2024
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