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Pioneer Kathrine Switzer ready to run New York City Marathon

A legendary runner who made a name for herself as the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon was in New York Monday. The great Kathrine Switzer led a group of women on a run downtown. Switzer says she remembers the Boston Marathon in 1967 like it was yesterday. It was a moment that…Read More

Influencing Change One Stride At a Time

On any given day in Berks County, residents can be seen practicing a variety of fitness and exercise activities from a simple walk in the park, to any number of extreme sports that can be imagined. This is for good reason as fitness and wellness have become culturally connected to virtually every other aspect of…Read More

VOTE FOR KATHRINE! Laureus Award for Best Sporting Moment of the Year

Kathrine Switzer is nominated for the Laureus Award for Best Sporting Moment of the Year, Vote Today!   Voted for by fans around the world in a global online poll, the Laureus Best Sporting Moment of the Year identifies the moment from the calendar year which has most resonance with sports fans around the world.…Read More

How to Find Joy in Every Workout, Kathrine Switzer on the lessons she’s learned after a lifetime of running. Outside Magazine, by Molly Mirhashem

Kathrine Switzer started running almost 60 years ago. In 1967, she became the first woman to enter and run the Boston Marathon when it was open only to men. This past April, 50 years after that historic race, Switzer returned to Boston and ran it again at age 70. In between those milestones, she’s run…Read More

Happy #GlobalRunningDay from Kathrine and Humana

Happy #GlobalRunningDay! I’m thrilled to announce that I’m becoming a paid spokesperson for Humana. I’m excited to embrace our shared belief in the power of an active lifestyle and aging with optimism. I’ll be joining Humana at the 2017 National Senior Games on June 2-15.  Cheers! KathrineRead More