Kathrine Switzer's Final Boston Interview
What a historic day!
Fifty years after becoming the first female entrant in the Boston Marathon, Kathrine Switzer took on the course in her iconic big number.
Here's what Tatyana McFadden had to say at the post-race press conference—and a look at what is to come for her the rest of the year.
Her time was the fastest American marathon debut at the Boston Marathon ever.
She doesn't say, "I can't." She says, "How can I?"
She's hit more than $16,000, way above her goal!
She's running with hypophosphatasia to show her daughter how to be strong.
She has a lot to say about Des running "for a lot of us."
She will be back with a vengeance.
They are retiring number 261!