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Paula Radcliffe delighted to be back running Road Paula Radcliffe delighted to be back running

World marathon record-holder preparing for “hugely emotional” return to the London Marathon where she is set to start with British championship runners behind elite fields

Paula Radcliffe becomes Great Run’s ambassador for women’s running Road Paula Radcliffe becomes Great Run’s ambassador for women’s running

Marathon world record-holder launches campaign in Manchester with ‘Radcliffe’s Great Runners’

Top elite women’s field set for London Marathon Road Top elite women’s field set for London Marathon

Edna Kiplagat to defend her title and take on Florence Kiplagat, Priscah Jeptoo and Mary Keitany in April, with Paula Radcliffe due to take to the streets of the British capital to run her final marathon

Weekly round-up Cross/Fell/TrailIndoorMastersRoadYouth Weekly round-up

Results from the past week include a win for Morag MacLarty in Dundee, record-breaking performances by Seren Bundy-Davies and Tom Somers in Sheffield, plus a round-up of Fukuoka Marathon action

The high way to heaven Track & Field The high way to heaven

AW’s editor takes a deep breath and travels to Kenya for a behind-the-scenes tour of the British Athletics altitude training camp

Bud’s Run & Bash raises over £20,000 for charity Road Bud’s Run & Bash raises over £20,000 for charity

Event including 5km run and gala dinner was organised in honour of coach Bud Baldaro

Gemma Steel has UK record in her sights at Great South Run Road Gemma Steel has UK record in her sights at Great South Run

After her huge breakthrough at the Great North Run, Gemma Steel thinks she could get close to Paula Radcliffe’s mark in Portsmouth on Sunday

Charity auction for Bud’s Run & Bash RoadTrack & Field Charity auction for Bud’s Run & Bash

Usain Bolt-signed vest and spikes signed by Jessica Ennis-Hill among items being auctioned to raise money for Parkinson’s UK

World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits Cross/Fell/Trail World cross set to be no man’s land for Brits

UKA’s policy to only take senior athletes with top 30 potential to the 2015 World Cross Country Championships is short-sighted and defeatist

Paula Radcliffe third on road return Road Paula Radcliffe third on road return

Marathon world record-holder runs 35:49 at Worcester event won by local 10km debutante Jenny Nesbitt

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