Be inspired by the running greats before you take on Sunday's Virgin London Marathon
On London Marathon crowd support:
I’m definitely conscious of them [supporters] and I definitely pick up on the energy… Every fast mile split came when there were a lot of people around me. I don’t think that’s a coincidence – you pick up on that, and you pick the pace up without even thinking about it. Birdcage Walk was amazing. I imagine it’s what running through the crowd at Wembley stadium would be like.
Make sure you eat well the night before and the morning of the race, and make sure that you’ve got enough fluid inside you. And keep warm at the start; take some old kit that you can throw away because your kit will have gone on the buses to the finish
Read the full interview with Paula Radcliffe.
Image: Paula setting the marathon world record at London in 2005 (credit: AFP/ Getty Images)
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