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Radcliffe loopt het jaar uit in Madrid

21 januari 2014 (0 reacties)

Radcliffe loopt op oudjaarsavond


Succesvol jaar voor Radcliffe

World marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe will finish another highly successful year by competing in the San Silvestre Vallecana New Years Eve meeting in Madrid.

Ontspannen sfeer
Radcliffe will compete in the 10-kilometre road race which attracts not only an elite entry – top Aussies Craig Mottram and Benita Johnson defeated Paul Tergat and Catherine Ndereba to win last year – but around 10,000 fun runners in the Spanish capital.She has raced only twice since winning her first world championship gold medal in the marathon last August but the 32-year-old, who is spending the Christmas break at home in Loughborough rather than her Font Romeau training base in the French Pyrenees, is back in full training.The world number one has been troubled by a bronchial problem after Helsinki but that is now well under control.Radcliffe will certainly find the atmosphere in Spain a lot more relaxed than she is used to, although she can expect to face some world class opponents on the Madrid streets.”They spray shaving cream and streamers all over you,” said Mottram, who overcome the unusual environment to beat Tergat, Kenyas world marathon record holder, 12 months ago.

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Radcliffe loopt het jaar uit in Madrid

26 december 2005 (0 reacties)

Radcliffe loopt op oudjaarsavond


Succesvol jaar voor Radcliffe

World marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe will finish another highly successful year by competing in the San Silvestre Vallecana New Years Eve meeting in Madrid.

Ontspannen sfeer
Radcliffe will compete in the 10-kilometre road race which attracts not only an elite entry – top Aussies Craig Mottram and Benita Johnson defeated Paul Tergat and Catherine Ndereba to win last year – but around 10,000 fun runners in the Spanish capital.She has raced only twice since winning her first world championship gold medal in the marathon last August but the 32-year-old, who is spending the Christmas break at home in Loughborough rather than her Font Romeau training base in the French Pyrenees, is back in full training.The world number one has been troubled by a bronchial problem after Helsinki but that is now well under control.Radcliffe will certainly find the atmosphere in Spain a lot more relaxed than she is used to, although she can expect to face some world class opponents on the Madrid streets.”They spray shaving cream and streamers all over you,” said Mottram, who overcome the unusual environment to beat Tergat, Kenyas world marathon record holder, 12 months ago.

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