Kathrine Switzer’s Advice on Staying Fit at 70—and Beyond | Runner’s World

YEP 70 years of age…#getoutside

In 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially enter the Boston Marathon—then open only to men. She went under the radar by signing up under the name K.V. Switzer—only to be discovered, and chased after, by the disapproving race director in a now iconic photo of the event.

Source: Kathrine Switzer’s Advice on Staying Fit at 70—and Beyond | Runner’s World

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