American marathon runner


American marathon runner, Kathrine Switzer is popular for being the first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1967. Switzer is a renowned author and television commentator. Moreover, she was named Female Runner of the Decade from 1967 to 1977 by Runner’s World Magazine. Kathrine later became a marathon television commentator, starting with the 1984 Olympic Women’s Marathon, and won an Emmy for her work. She is enjoying a blissful married life with her husband. Who is Kathrine married to? What’s her net worth? to know everything about Switzer, read the whole article. Born in Amberg, Germany Kathrine Switzer was born on January 5, 1947, in Amberg, Germany. She is the daughter of Homer Switzer and Virginia Switzer. She holds a Germany-American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Her father was a major in the United States Army. When Switzer turned two years, her family moved to the United States…