Her record-setting time came 10 years ago this month.
A persistent foot injury has sidelined her since 2012.
Briton reportedly cuts deal with organizers to complete first half of London Marathon.
She questions why no male 1500m runners made the squad.
The current world-record holder in the women's marathon weighs in.
At 39, "The Emperor" continues to race.
Haile Gebrselassie and Paula Radcliffe have accomplished enough to retire, but if they want to keep going, why not?
The marathon world-record holder isn't sure if her career is over.
The Big Apple knows how to put on a road show.
She says retirement is not an option now.