Why isn't Paula Radcliffe knighted!!!? Sounds like the intelligence community of England knows that Radcliffe is dirty while Farah is clean!!
You sound like a conspiracy theory lunatic.
Paula has 'royal blood'.
Ms. Paula Radcliffe's 2:15:25 is equivalent (Purdy tables) to a 4:00 mile, 8:00 3K, 13:53 5K, and 29:03 10K. Paula is way beyond Almaz Ayana, Wang Junxia, and the Dibabas. Paula is the best long distance athlete that has ever lived on this planet.
She has previously asked for the results of a blood test taken at the London Marathon to be made public, saying that she had "absolutely no objection to my test being released".
In 2015, in the wake of revelations of widespread doping in athletics, Radcliffe said that, unlike some other prominent British athletes, she would not be releasing her blood-test history, and discouraged other athletes from doing so. She was later indirectly identified as a suspected doper by MP Jesse Norman during a parliamentary inquiry into blood doping. In response, Radcliffe issued a statement in which she "categorically denied" cheating in any form and said she has "nothing to hide". Shortly afterwards, her three suspect test results were leaked, though Radcliffe still refused to release her complete blood-test history. In late November 2015, the IAAF declared that the accusation were "based on the gross misinterpretation of incomplete data". The UK Anti Doping Agency, having received Radcliffe's blood test history via the IAAF, stated that "Ukad has come to the same conclusion as the IAAF review that there is no case to answer".
(Ross Tucker has Paula as a 7 on his "suspicious" scale.) Here are some OFF scores from blood test results:
The OFF score= hemoglobin(g/dL) x 10 - 60 x (square root of the reticulocyte%).
Here is the information I used to come to a conclusion on Ms. Radcliffe:
On Oct. 2, 2003â€¦two days before the World Championship Half-Marathon that she wonâ€¦Paula had a blood test result which had a hemoglobin value of 12.8 g/dL, and a reticulocyte score of 0.59% (of RBCS), which make up an OFF score of 82 pre-race.
On Oct. 4, 2003â€¦Paula had a blood test result which had a hemoglobin value of 15.6 g/dL, and a reticulocyte score of 0.47% (of RBCs), which make up an OFF score of 114.87 post-race.
That is a 21.88% increase in hemoglobin value in 2 days, from 12.8 g/dL to 15.6 g/dL.
There is only one way to increase hemoglobin values by 21.88% in 2 days:
1) An autologous blood transfusion by Ms. Paula Radcliffe.
(The reticulocyte score also shows a 20% decrease (from 0.59% of RBCs to 0.47% of RBCs), which is also consistent with a blood transfusion, since the reticulocytes are diluted by the infusion of the old stored blood.)
Ms. Paula "Royal Blood" Radcliffe with Lord Sebastian Coe: