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Eleven Extraordinary Women Named As Inductees To The National Women's Hall Of Fame

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  2006 Inductees

  Patti Catalano Dillion Patti Catalano Dillon
Patti Catalano Dillon held the American Record for almost every distance from the 5 mile to the Marathon and has held World Records in the Half-Marathon, 20 Kilometers, 30 Kilometers and 5 mile. She is the first woman in America, and the second in the world, to run a 2:30 marathon and has been ranked second as the top female American Marathoners of all time
     
  Gerry Lindgren Gerry Lindgren
Gerry Lindgren was the first American ever to win a distance event at a U.S./Soviet Union dual meet. One of the most dominant collegiate athletes in history, he won 11 out of 12 NCAA events, set the six-mile world record and twice set the American Records in the 3,000-meter and 5,000 meter events
     
  Marty Liquori Marty Liquori
Marty Liquori was the third American high schooler in history to break the four-minute mile. He ranked number one in the world for the mile and the 5,000 meter and held American records for 2000 meters, 5000 meters, and 2 miles. Liquori is a distinguished broadcaster and has served on the President’s council on Physical Fitness.


 

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