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PAULA RADCLIFFE RUMORS

Radcliffe out of Olympic marathon

Paula Radcliffe's hopes of finally winning an Olympic medal are over. A foot injury forced one of the greatest female distance runners to withdraw from the London Games on Sunday. It was the latest - and possibly most frustrating - setback in a long list of Olympic disappointments. The 38-year-old Briton holds the marathon world record but has failed to win a medal in four...
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July 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Ailing Radcliffe in doubt for Olympic marathon

Britain's Paula Radcliffe says her chances of running in the Olympic marathon are ''not looking good'' because of a foot injury that flared up during training the past month. The 38-year-old world-record holder in the marathon denied a British newspaper report Sunday that she had withdrawn from the Aug. 5 race. UK Athletics and the British Olympic Association...
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July 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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