Dotsie Bausch

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Dotsie Bausch
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Bausch in 2011
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WebsiteDotsieBauschUSA.com

Dorothy Lee "Dotsie" Bausch is an American cyclist, advocate, speaker, and the executive director of the nonprofit, Switch4Good. She is the founder of two nonprofits.

Early life[edit]

Bausch grew up in Kentucky and later graduated from Villanova University with a degree in Journalism.[1]

At 26 years old, toward the end of her therapy work, her therapist encouraged her to move her body again, choosing a physical activity that was not attached to a goal of fitness or weight loss. She chose cycling.[2]

Careers[edit]

Bausch was featured in the 2015 documentary, "Personal Gold: An Underdog Story" and the 2017 documentary, "The Game Changers."[3]

Switch4Good is an athlete-driven nonprofit working toward a dairy-free future. The organization employs athlete stories with scientific research and outreach to help others "live better and do more" by ditching dairy.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dotsie Bausch". USA Cycling. Retrieved August 19, 2014.
  2. ^ Glassner, Jacob (July 25, 2012). "Dotsie Bausch sees God's hand in Olympic dream". The Southeast Outlook. Middletown, Kentucky: Southeast Christian Church. Retrieved July 28, 2012.
  3. ^ "Dotsie Bausch".
  4. ^ "Our Story".

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