Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
Long distance runner Paula Radcliffe is no stranger to record breaking: she holds the world record for the women's marathon.
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In 2003, she ran the London course in an impressively short two hours, 15 minutes, and 25 seconds. She's also the world record holder in both 10- and 20-kilometer road race disciplines.
Paula is so dedicated to her sport in fact, it seems nothing will stop her; not even her asthma...or the call of nature.
She hit the headlines in 2005, when she stopped to relieve herself by the side of the road during the London marathon, and more recently she returned to professional competition just eight months after the birth of her daughter, Isla.
Now gunning for a gold medal in the 2012 olympic games, she joins Connect the World to answer your questions.
Do you want to know her aspirations for the future? Or what it's like to balance family life with such a grueling athletic discipline?
Leave your questions below, and Becky will use the best of them in her interview with Paula Radcliffe this coming Friday.