Paula Radcliffe will aim to add to her legacy as one of the greatest female marathoners in history, trying to win her fourth New York City Marathon on Nov. 1. The race director, Mary Wittenberg, confirmed Wednesday that Radcliffe would enter the field.
Radcliffe, 35, has won the race all three times she has entered it, including the past two years. This year, however, she is coming off a broken toe that forced her to withdraw from the London Marathon and bunion surgery that prompted her to skip the marathon at the world championships this summer. New York will be her first marathon since winning here last year….Read More