In the Long Run

How the Nation’s Largest Race for Women Got Its Idaho Start

By Anne Audain

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About Anne Audain

Anne Audain is a sports marketing consultant who set the world record for the 5000-meter run and qualified for six Olympic games from 1972 to 1992. A New Zealand native, she lived and trained at the height of her career in Boise, where in 1993 she founded a five-kilometer event that has become the largest run/walk for women and children in the United States. Anne lives in Evansville, Indiana.