World marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe admitted on Wednesday that she may never take part in a competitive race again because of ongoing complications with her foot injury.
Britain's Paula Radcliffe crosses the finish line during the Berlin Marathon, on September 25, 2011. The world marathon record holder has admitted she may never take part in a competitive race again because of ongoing complications with her foot injury.
Radcliffe, who set the women's world record with a time of 2:15.25 during the 2003 London Marathon, was forced to pull out of the 2012 London Olympics shortly before the start after specialist treatment in Germany failed to cure the problem.
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