Hundreds came out to the Nike+ FuelStation at Clapham Commons to celebrate a legend of running. Injury forced Paula Radcliffe from competing, but nothing could keep her out of the hearts of her fans, who ran last night in Paula’s honor. Legends Run Forever.
“In 2003, Paul Radcliffe ran the marathon in a world record time of 2:15:25. The decision to retroactively revoke her achievement because she ran with men has been overturned, and her record will now remain intact. History stands.”
That’s right Paula, show them how it’s done. Run like a badass, record breaking, girl!
Paula Radcliffe of Great Britain poses with John Disley (L), Prince Harry ® and her children after receiving the inaugural John Disley London Marathon Lifetime Achievement Award during the Virgin Money London Marathon on April 26, 2015 in London, England.