You likely don't know her by name. But her footprint is all over Olympic Track & Field.
Jacqueline Hansen is a pioneer in the field of Olympic women’s distance running. She set two marathon records. She won the Boston Marathon in 1973. And she was the president of the International Runners Committee. It was in that position that Jacqueline led the legal fight for women to compete in events like the marathon at the Olympics.
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