The 3rd Annual Right to Run 19K and 5K race was held in Seneca Falls, NY on Saturday to benefit the National Women’s Hall of Fame and the Girls on the Run program. Hear from the winners of the men’s and women’s 5K and 19K winners, race director Heather Zellers, NWHOF Class of 2011 inductee Kathrine Switzer and more during FingerLakes1.com’s coverage of the event.
Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to enter and complete the Boston Marathon and 1974 NYC Marathon Champion, is in-studio with Katie MacIntyre’s mother Catherine Pepler on the latest edition of The Loving Cup Podcast on the eve of the Right to Run 19K in Seneca Falls on Mother’s Day Weekend.
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On Tuesday afternoon’s edition of The Melissa Killeleagh Show, Katie MacIntyre, a 261 Fearless Ambassador is in-studio for Melissa’s ‘Women who make a difference’ segment and a fun story of how one person propelled powerful change, especially as told by Stephen Beals and Karen Huntington Beals. Who can you share this important message with?
Join Jim Sinicropi and Jen Stanton at the finish line of the 2017 Right to Run 5K & 19K for FL1 Sports in Seneca Falls on Saturday morning. Watch the race start and see the winning finishers come across the line. Also, hear from Kathrine Switzer who was the first woman to enter and compete the Boston Marathon in 1967 and a member of the National Women’s Hall of Fame Class of 2011. Also, interviews with local NYS Senator Pam Helming from the 54th District, Generations Bank President Menzo Case, and National Women’s Hall of Fame President Betty Bayer. Proceeds from this event go towards the restoration of the former Seneca Knitting Mill which will be the future home of the Women’s Hall of Fame.
Join Jim Sinicropi and Jen Stanton live from the Seneca Falls Canal Harbor on Saturday morning from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM as FL1 Sports presents the inaugural Right to Run 19K and 5K races on FingerLakes1.TV and YouTube.
The Right to Run is an event featuring both a 19K and a 5K running race in historic Seneca Falls, NY on the Saturday of Mother’s Day Weekend. Seneca Falls was the site of the first Women’s Rights Convention in 1848 and is known as the Birthplace of Women’s Rights.
The course is picturesque and relatively flat. Both distances run through the New York Chiropractic College, by the Elizabeth Cady Stanton house, and by the Vendor Village – which is located on a major street in town. It will end at the future home of The National Women’s Hall of Fame, the Seneca Knitting Mill. The event is a fundraiser for the renovation and will become The Center for Great Women.