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Radcliffe to be commentator for Mumbai marathon

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Mumbai: Paula Radcliffe, current women's marathon world record holder, three-time winner of the London Marathon, three-time New York Marathon champion, and winner of the 2002 Chicago Marathon will now come to Mumbai as a commentator for the Mumbai Marathon to be held in the city, this Sunday.

After conquering the running world, Radcliffe is now confirmed to be a part of SCMM 2017 and will join Tim Hutchings as a commentator for the race. Her running prowess has earned her a lot of international accolades and awards and she is an inspiration to talented young athletes.

Suffering from exercise-induced asthma at the tender age of 7, Radcliffe persisted and was inspired to run after watching Ingrid Kristiansen run at the London Marathon. Radcliffe then went on to become one of the most famous faces on the marathon scene with numerous records and an unbroken world record timing of 2:15:25 hours which was achieved in 2003 at the London Marathon.

SCMM organized 'Charity PC' with Popular V actors, Indraneil & Barkha Sengupta, RA Foundation (12 year fundraiser) Arav Hak, Nargis Dutt Memorial Charitable Trust, Jayanti Shukla, Executive Director, United Way of Mumbai, Dr. Bijal Mehta, Shrimad Rajchandra Love & Care, on at SCMM media centre, Marathi Patrakar Sangh, CST.

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