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Seven Island Residents Running 2024 Boston Marathon

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 7, 2024

Island residents running share the charities/foundations they are supporting in the 128th Boston Marathon.

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Boston Marathon Fast Facts

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 7, 2024
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Foot Notes: With 100 seconds to spare, Jasmin Paris runs her way into women’s sports history at Barkley Marathons

By Sarah Dukler | Apr 1, 2024
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Spannende historische Fakten, die Sie bestimmt noch nicht wussten

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 30, 2024

Bis 1967 gab es beim Boston-Marathon keine Läuferinnen

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Woman running Boston Marathon to support Mother’s Milk Bank Northeast

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 28, 2024

Mother’s Milk Bank Northeast helps thousands of premature babies every year.

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13 Women Who Changed Running History

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 16, 2024

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting just a few of the amazing women who altered the sport of women’s running with their courage, determination, and passion

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261 Fearless Club coming to CNY

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 16, 2024

Syracuse University alum Kathrine Switzer made history becoming the first woman to officially run the Boston marathon, but it didn’t come without controversy 57 years ago. After overcoming that, Switzer…

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It’s time women were allowed to embrace balancing work, leadership and self-care

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 16, 2024

Kathrine Switzer, wearing bib number 261 on a snowy morning on April 19, 1967, took position at the starting line of the Boston Marathon. She was just a simple 20-year…

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Filipinas prove endurance has no gender

By Sarah Dukler | Mar 16, 2024

There was a time when women were prohibited from running marathons because it was widely believed that such a strenuous activity would make their uterus fall. This sounds hilarious now…

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