- previous winners have included running royalty Mo Farah, Paula Radcliffe and Sonia O’Sullivan.Find out more.
but something about the event just leaves you feeling great. 1 Flora London Marathon, AprilLondon is the world’s greatest marathon. And not just because last year saw Paula Radcliffe’s world best run. It’s hard to beat the feel-good atmosphere generated
's men's World record, there have been five women's World records at the London Marathon, culminating in Paula Radcliffe's mixed race 2:15:25 in 2003. Radcliffe also owns the women's only record of 2:18:56 from 2002.
,175 finishers, with most eyes on the form of Paula Radcliffe. The world record holder’s Athens failure means she may well not be Olympic champion, but she is clearly still the world number one.After Sunday she now owns the three fastest ever marathon times
lots of good sleep as that’s so important when you’re pushing your body to the limit.On the set, the other actors started calling me the Weatherfield Roadrunner or Paula Radcliffe. Whenever my character needed to run along the cobbles in a scene
much oxygen they can take in, but how efficiently they can use it when barrelling along at race pace. This is known as your 'running economy'.To some extent running economy is genetic, but it can be improved. Early in Paula Radcliffe's career, she
Leading the field: Paula RadcliffeThe Athens Olympic Marathon in 2004 was meant to be Paula Radcliffe's race. Since her marathon debut in London in 2002 the British world record holder had never been defeated over the distance. Certainly the Kenyans
's pulled up" "No. You are joking, right?" "No, she's pulled out. Stopped." One look to my right and I see Paula Radcliffe's husband also walking out of the Panathinaiko Stadium. Face like thunder. The guy was not joking. I feel sick. It's so sad
Where and when?Sunday, December 14, BedfordWhat is it?What do Paula Radcliffe and Terry Waite have in common? The correct answer is that they were both born and bred in Bedford, the traditional home of one of the last half-marathons of the year
moment was finally being at the startline. I held a bin liner for a lady old enough to be my mum, thinking she was getting changed behind it but instead she did a Paula Radcliffe special in Pen 7 with an audience. Everyone was so nervous, wet and cold
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