It's been 10 years since Paula Radcliffe set a world record with her performance in the London Marathon. The racing legend talks about that day and how she's recuperating from injuries that forced her out of the 2012 Olympics.
By invalidating Paula Radcliffe's 2:15:25 as a marathon world record, the IAAF is belittling one of the best performances in women's sports history.
She passed away today, at age 57, leaving a legacy of world records and New York City Marathon triumphs that won't soon be forgotten.
For world-champion hurdler Lashinda Demus, getting to tell her 4-year-old twin sons "Mommy won!" is a great reward for another successful race.
A foot injury has compromised Huddle's preparation for worlds, but the U.S. 5,000-meter champ and U.S. record-holder is focused on the London Games.
The 64-year-old's track career includes 100 world titles and more than 200 age-group records. She often competes in as many as 10 events in a meet.