26 Oct 1/3 of elite women in the New York City Marathon are mothers

When Paula Radcliffe won the New York City Marathon in 2007, nine months after giving birth to a daughter, Isla, Radcliffe was considered an anomaly. Her intense training through her pregnancy, which included twice-a-day sessions and grueling hill workouts, was scrutinized and criticised. Seven years later, maintaining a top...

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