When Nike brought Paula Radcliffe, Paul Tergat and Sebastian Coe to the Flora London Marathon Exhibition, they exclusively invited runnersworld.co.uk members to add their own questions to the official line-up. Here's what they had to say
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. Khalid Khannouchi USA set a men’s World record of 2:05:38 in 2002
Weight 194gEvaluation The Ekiden is the shoe that Paula Radcliffe wore when she won the Flora London Marathon. Unless youre as fast and efficient as Paula, though, you will probably have to restrict the Ekiden to shorter races.Like the Streak
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.
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
touches. We weren’t sure that we needed Paula Radcliffe’s voice congratulating us at the end of every run, however, but maybe that’s personal taste.Tried one yet?If you've tried one, rate it here!Official sitesYou can read more at Apple's site and Nike
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and place for listening to music within the training regime of an elite athlete? Fire up this never-before-seen video interview to find out what Paula Radcliffe - female marathon world record holder - has to say about the role of music in her race
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