Paula Radcliffe eyes 2015 London Marathon

Paula Radcliffe reveals that she may compete in the 2015 London Marathon.

British long-distance runner Paula Radcliffe has revealed that she may compete in the 2015 London Marathon.

The 40-year-old was unable to feature in the London 2012 Olympic Games due to a foot problem, but Radcliffe is hoping that she can make a final appearance next year.

"This year in London is too soon but I'd probably only ask my foot to do one more marathon," BBC Sport quotes Radcliffe as saying. "If I had to choose, sentimentally, it'd be London."

Radcliffe, who has won the race three times, set the world record in the 2003 London Marathon.

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