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Kathrine Switzer changed the world of running in 1967 when she became the first woman to officially enter and then run the Boston Marathon.
From that day in 1967 Kathrine has worked tirelessly to empower women to change their lives by the simple act of running. As a speaker, author, commentator and runner Kathrine's contribution has been outstanding.
Kathrine first appeared on the Partnerunning Show during the Live at the Malaysia Women Marathon in April 2013.
In August 2013 we caught up with Kathrine and spent a wonderful hour in conversation on topics including:
The 1967 Boston Marathon and aftermath;
Running today and in the future;
Corporate fitness; and,
Kathrine and her husband Roger Robinson on stage together.
We encourage you to visit kathrineswitzer.com and learn all about this remarkable woman.
Children and Youth Author, Kathrine LaFleur joins us from Oakland, California to discuss her journey as a writer. Kathrine is a teacher as well as author of four children's books. She discovered her inner writer in the fourth grade, thanks to an amazing teacher. That experience helped to shape her life and career path. Kathrine now gives back, by visiting schools, to spark the writing flame within students.
"The Elephant Girl" is a novel for ages 9 and older. This story follows the life of Kalla, a girl born to human parents, yet raised by elephants in the rainforest. Her quest to discover her loyalties between the Elephant Tribe and the human world is challenged; leading Kalia to go on a quest to find the Oracle Stone.
Visit Kathrine's page on our website here: http://www.poweroffreedom.ca/wowfactormedia/kathrine-lafleur-childrens-author/
Find Kathrine at www.facebook.com/authorkathrinelafleur
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In Partnerunning Show #100 we interviewed running legend Ron Clarke who told us running back-to-back events was important for him as he set 19 world records.
Last weekend we ran with Dale Huang who has run a marathon for well over 100 weekends in a row and is continuing on.
Yesterday we received a question on Twitter asking for tips on running back-to-back marathons.
We are currently training for a 100 miler in New Zealand and back-to-back running has become an important part of our training.
In this episode we look at back-to-back events from the 5k to the 10k, half marathon, marathon and beyond. We explore the case for and against as well as offering tips on how and when to make it work.
This weeks show also features an extract from an upcoming feature interview with the super awesome Kathrine Switzer.
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Over the shoulder Ask Sue The road ahead
The Closer Heaven Hollywood and The comic Adam D Parsons are back again with a review of the news this week in Sports and Sports Drama
The KNicks are done what should they do with Melo
Is Lebron James back leading in the race for MVP
Who is going number 1 in the NFL draft and why
who will end up on a team first Incognito or Martin
Nba Tells Lebron to wear clear mask
NFL trying to band the N word
Plus whatever else you want to talk about int he world of sports
Darren Sharper Turns himself in
Raymond Felton's wife turns him in for gun possesion
DieonSanders says " i had gay players on all my teams
Barry Switzer goes off on Johnny Football then makes racial comment
Police say they have video of Ray Rice knocking out Fiance
Kobe unfollows alll his Lakers Teammates on Twitter
Kirk Cousins on Gay athletes " it's a sin but nobody's perfect
Brandon Latham joins us to break down who are the favorites for the 2014 Oscars. We break down Johnny Football vs the critics, Barry Switzer and who were the best and worst of the NFL Combine. Are the WSU Shockers for real and how will Syracuse fair against ACC number one Virginia and we give shoutouts to Dale Jr winning the Daytona 500.
It's the down time in major professional sports so Al & Clark are watching wrestling again. The Elimination Chamber and Wrestlemania are discussed. We also talked Bulls playoffs and Cubs Spring Training prospects. There was some time spent on different podcasts and late night talk shows. The life of Harold Ramis and the future of the Ghostbusters franchise was discussed.
How many drinks should a groom have before he says his vows was the question today.
Brent Bridwell joined us for a bit in the studio on this episode.
Al Larcher and Clark Lorensen, of Chicago comedy group ComedyAccident, talk sports every Wednseday at 7:00pm CST. Listen live or catch the podcast!
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On April 7th history was made with the running of the first Malaysia Women Marathon.
The Partnerunning Show was there and recorded a number of live shows at the expo on the days before the marathon. Some of the highlights are provided in this episode.
The show starts with some very special interviews with the legendary Kathrine Switzer and experienced race director Barbara Oravetz.
From there the show include a mix of interviews with local runners, running tips and an introduction to Sports Skirts Australia.
Why not book the Partnerunning Show live for your next event?
Training for an endurance event is a wonderful challenge leading to many rewards.
For new runners the challenge can be daunting with uncertainty as to where to start and what to do. For experienced runners the challenge often shifts from how to finish to how to overcome specific problems or frustrations.
In this episode of the Partnerunning Show we explore 7 key steps to endurance training success.
We also report on the 2013 Ross Marathons, preview the Centennial Park Ultra and hear a short extract from our forthcoming special feature conversation with Kathrine Switzer.
Regular segments include:
Over the shoulder Ask Sue The road ahead
The love for children inspired Vern Switzer in the continuation of writing children;s books based on his experienes of being a farmer of today, and the knowledge of their food source. "Puffy The Watermelon" "Hardheads Make Soft Bottoms" and "Lucy The Cantaloupe" are just a few of his collection! Be sure to join Sherman Muhammad and his guest this Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at 8:00pm. http://www.vernswitzer.com Your child(ren) may really enjoy listening to the show and asking their questions. So gather around the computer and listen, than make that call and press 1, to speak with the host.
Let's talk about ways to help children out of their bubble by greeting them properly, don't play with a child every second, let them develop as an individual, most importantly teach them morals...
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