I'll leave it to the people on here who know everything...apparently.
Now, After taking the time to read Paula's first book about her starting and upto about 2006, I'd like to take back my earlier comments, she's an inspiration - but I'm not qualified to say whether she's a quitter or not.
Not everything she's done has been perfect, but to read about her dedication was truly inspiring, and she seems a very personable character from her words.
Anyone for a sour grape.
I just don't understand why some people are so negative. What has Paula Radcliffe done to deserve the negative comments?
I wonder in the same situation if we all would reap the benefits of being a professional athlete and having the ability to make some money as a result of hard work, dedication and talent? Why not?
Bit harsh isn't it - how does not being controversial make her a poor example of a woman ?
Bland white middle class girl who is happy with the status quo.
North London Runner wrote (see)
Why not indeed. I just think the general public like honesty and Paula so never wants to offend anybody and ends up not saying anything controversial or meaningful. I think she is a fine example of an athlete but a poor example of a woman.
I could be anything you don't know me but if I want to start a thread about me I'll let you know ducky
On CCTV maybe
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