Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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Radcliffe set for Redemption in New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon
by Martineric

World record holder Paula Radcliffe will attempt to get her marathon career back on track when she lines up for the 2008 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday 2nd of November against 2007 Boston champion Gete Wami of Ethiopia.

Radcliffe had a disappointing performance in the Beijing Olympic, where injuries plagued her preparation. She finishing 23rd in a time, well below her best at 2:32:38.

Only year ago Radcliffe, 34, notched up an inspiring victory in New York, only 10 months after the birth of her first child in January 2007, pulling away from Wami in the final mile to capture the title in 2:23:09.

Radcliffe holds the women’s Marathon World record of 2:15:25, set in 2003 in London and also four of the five fastest times in women’s marathon history. She has won seven of the eight marathons she has finished, Beijing her only failure.

Paula remains unbeaten in New York which she has won twice, a third win would put her into second place for the most wins in the event, but still a long way behind Grete Waitz of Norway who has notched an amazing 9 victories in the event.

Other challenges will be 2:24 marathoner Dire Tune of Ethiopia plus Marathon first-timers Kim Smith (10,000m PB: 30:35) of New Zealand and America’s Kara Goucher (10,000m PB: 30:55).

Points will be up for grabs in the World Marathon Majors that awards $500,000 to the top points earners over the 2007-2008 period. Gete Wami is currently in equal first with 65 points with Paula in equal 8th place on 25 points.

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