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Paula Radcliffe says she never imagined her former-world record to stand for 16 years

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Paula Radcliffe says she never imagined her former-world record to stand for 16 years

Paula Radcliffe says she never imagined her former-world record to stand for 16 years

Former world-record marathon holder Paula Radcliffe tells the PA news agency that she was surprised that it took 16 years for her time to be beaten with Kenyan Brigid Kosgei finally claiming the title last week.

The three-time London Marathon winner is also promoting a campaign aimed at raising the level of flu vaccinations among asthma sufferers.

New research conducted by ASDA Pharmacy has found that around 111,000 asthma sufferers say they have not yet been vaccinated as they were not aware that vaccinations are provided to them free of charge.

However, Radcliffe, who suffers from asthma herself, is confident that the research can help protect those suffering from the disease from the serious consequences that can arise if diagnosed with the flu.

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