In this episode we replay a popular interview we did with Kathrine Switzer -trailblazer who broke the gender barrier and became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon with a bib number.
This conversation is a nice follow-up to our last episode about the first women’s Olympic Marathon.
Listen as Kathrine recalls what it was like to run the Boston Marathon in 1967, and shares tips on keeping fit in later life!
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Kathrine Switzer | Marathon Woman -See Kathrine’s schedule and learn more about her book.
261 Fearless -a supportive global community which empowers women to connect and take control of their lives through the freedom gained by running.
Iconic Photos of Kathrine Switzer’s 1967 Boston Marathon: