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FOUR RULE-BREAKING LESSONS FROM THE FIRST WOMAN TO (OFFICIALLY) RUN THE BOSTON MARATHON, Fast Company, by Gwen Moran

HOW KATHRINE SWITZER’S HISTORY-MAKING MOVE IN 1967 LED TO A CAREER ADVOCATING FOR WOMEN IN SPORTS. When Kathrine “K.V.” Switzer took her place at the starting line of the 1967 Boston Marathon, wearing a bulky, grey sweat suit and lipstick,

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