Dotsie Bausch

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Dotsie Bausch
Dotsie Bausch 2011.jpeg
Bausch in 2011
Personal information
WebsiteDotsieBauschUSA.com

Dorothy Lee "Dotsie" Bausch is an American cyclist, Olympic silver medalist, 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 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 avoiding dairy.[4]

References[edit]

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

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