Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • S01 E14 - Women's Running History Series - Sara Mae Berman

    S01 E14 - Women's Running History Series - Sara Mae Berman

    Sara Mae Berman, born May 14, 1936 in the Bronx, New York, is a distinguished American distance runner. Berman came from a generation in which women were not encouraged to be athletic, especially after having children. Berman, alo...

    01:33:53
  • S01 E13 - Women's Running History - Arlene Pieper Stine

    S01 E13 - Women's Running History - Arlene Pieper Stine

    Arlene Pieper Stine got into the Pikes Peak Marathon in 1959 as a stunt to market her Colorado Springs health club. When she finished, the 29-year-old mother of three was in the record books as the first woman to finish a sanction...

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  • S01 E12 - Women's Running History Series - Patti Catalano Dillon

    S01 E12 - Women's Running History Series - Patti Catalano Dillon

    Patti grew up in Quincy, MA, the eldest of nine children. Her father was second-generation Irish from Dorchester and an all-Navy boxer. Her mother, a Micmac Indian. As a young adult, she worked as a nurse's aid at Quincy City Hosp...

    01:21:03
  • S01 E11 - Women's Running History Series - Lorraine Moller

    S01 E11 - Women's Running History Series - Lorraine Moller

    Moller's first international competition was the 1974 British Commonwealth Games at Christchurch, where she finished fifth in the 800 m. Her time of 2:03.63 was her lifetime best and is still the fastest ever by a New Zealand juni...

    01:27:01
  • S01 E10 - Women's Running History Series - Julia Chase-Brand

    S01 E10 - Women's Running History Series - Julia Chase-Brand

    Julia Chase-Brand's first race was the New England championship in the 880-yard run, held in July 1960, which she won. However, she had to list her hometown as being in Rhode Island because women from Connecticut were not allowed ...

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