SOURCE: Sports Illustrated
Amateur Athletic Union rules in the 1970s didn't sanction any competitive race for women longer than 1.5 miles. Kathrine Switzer and other pioneering women marathoners discuss a half-century of change.
by Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie
A deeper look into athletics, gender, and Caster Semenya.
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