Paula Radcliffe: At the Olympics - Track & Field Slideshows | NBC Olympics

Paula Radcliffe: At the Olympics - Track & Field Slideshows | NBC Olympics

Paula Radcliffe: At the Olympics - Track & Field Slideshows | NBC Olympics

Paula Radcliffe: At the Olympics - Track & Field Slideshows | NBC Olympics

Watch BBC video highlights from day two at the Olympics....Great Britain secured their first two medals of the Olympics on day two as Lizzie Armitstead landed silver in the Road Race and Rebecca Adlington won bronze in the 400m freestyle.   However, there will be no Games gold for Paula Radcliffe who has been forced out of the marathon due to injury, but there was better news for Team GB football as UAE were put to the sword at Wembley.

Watch BBC video highlights from day two at the Olympics....Great Britain secured their first two medals of the Olympics on day two as Lizzie Armitstead landed silver in the Road Race and Rebecca Adlington won bronze in the 400m freestyle. However, there will be no Games gold for Paula Radcliffe who has been forced out of the marathon due to injury, but there was better news for Team GB football as UAE were put to the sword at Wembley.

Foot problem hampering Radcliffe ahead of Olympics

Foot problem hampering Radcliffe ahead of Olympics

Marathons are tough - just ask Paula Radcliffe who was left devastated at the Athens Olympics

Marathons are tough - just ask Paula Radcliffe who was left devastated at the Athens Olympics

The U.S. women's eight, which includes former Radcliffe rowers Caryn Davies '05 and Esther Lofgren '08-09, was named the 2012 Olympic Team of the Year by the United States Olympic Committee.

The U.S. women's eight, which includes former Radcliffe rowers Caryn Davies '05 and Esther Lofgren '08-09, was named the 2012 Olympic Team of the Year by the United States Olympic Committee.

Britain's Paula Radcliffe cries in a vehicle after retiring from the women's Marathon in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 22, 2004.   REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

Britain's Paula Radcliffe cries in a vehicle after retiring from the women's Marathon in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 22, 2004. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

Liz Yelling says she hopes to see a fully fit Paula Radcliffe in the Olympic marathon but believes that if she is not 100% she will not race.    Read more: http://mycity247.co.uk/threads/radcliffe-will-only-run-if-100.93/#ixzz1vLeZ4S2c

Liz Yelling says she hopes to see a fully fit Paula Radcliffe in the Olympic marathon but believes that if she is not 100% she will not race. Read more: http://mycity247.co.uk/threads/radcliffe-will-only-run-if-100.93/#ixzz1vLeZ4S2c

Foot Injury Puts Paula Radcliffe Out of Olympic Marathon  footanklealliance.com/blog/find-foot-doctors-in-orange-county/

Foot Injury Puts Paula Radcliffe Out of Olympic Marathon footanklealliance.com/blog/find-foot-doctors-in-orange-county/

Tenley Emma Albright, M.D. (born July 18, 1935 in Newton Centre, MA) is an American figure skater. She is the 1956 Olympic champion in Ladies' Singles, 1952 Olympic silver medalist, the 1953 and 1955 World Champion, the 1953 and 1955 North American champion, and the 1952-1956 U.S. national champion.  At the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, she became the first American female skater to win an Olympic gold medal.

Tenley Emma Albright, M.D. (born July 18, 1935 in Newton Centre, MA) is an American figure skater. She is the 1956 Olympic champion in Ladies' Singles, 1952 Olympic silver medalist, the 1953 and 1955 World Champion, the 1953 and 1955 North American champion, and the 1952-1956 U.S. national champion. At the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, she became the first American female skater to win an Olympic gold medal.

What you need to know about altitude training - With the Olympics just around the corner, athletes throughout the world will be fine-tuning their training and preparation. Altitude training will form an essential part of preparation for many athletes. Paula Radcliffe, Manny Pacquiao, Michael Phelps, and Novac Djokovic, to name but a few, have all trained at high altitude in order to improve their performance. But how does it work and are there any risks?

What you need to know about altitude training - With the Olympics just around the corner, athletes throughout the world will be fine-tuning their training and preparation. Altitude training will form an essential part of preparation for many athletes. Paula Radcliffe, Manny Pacquiao, Michael Phelps, and Novac Djokovic, to name but a few, have all trained at high altitude in order to improve their performance. But how does it work and are there any risks?

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