I've really enjoyed learning the history behind the growth of women's running as a sport and appreciate so much all that Kathrine Switzer has done to make opportunities for women... Read morePublished 4 months ago by BLin
Among the best books I have ever read. Kathrine's story is fascinating,
Inspiring and empowering. This is a must read
The battle for women's rights in athletics seems almost quaint and definitely silly now.
How could we preclude half of the population from enjoying what men enjoyed... Read more
I'm not one to read much on documentary type books, especially not self autobiographies. But as a distance runner, I found this book an amazing read! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ninja Neo
I found "Marathon Woman" to be a very interesting read not only about some of the history of women's running in general, but also about the Boston Marathon with regard to women's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Donna L. Wise
I really wanted to learn about the woman behind the famous Boston marathon photo and I love that it starts out with a great retelling of how Kathrine became that icon for female... Read morePublished 10 months ago by T Henness
I chose this rating because: it is a very well crafted, well-written book; the sincerity of the author comes through and rings true; it is inspirational without being soppy,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Beatrice Greenizan
This book is inspiring and delightfully written. A must for young women but a real primer for all of us on the growth of women's sports.Published 14 months ago by Hugh W. Brenneman Jr.
Kathrine has an incredible story to tell and she's a very talented storyteller. I was captivated at the start and raced through the book alternating between tears and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bridget Robinson