Adele Roberts says Deborah James was in her heart as she set London Marathon record
Adele Roberts has said the medal she won as she set a Guinness World Record at the London Marathon is for Dame Deborah James’ parents as well as for her.
- I was asking if she was a serious runner this morning when I bumped into [INAUDIBLE] because I was impressed by that tie.
- Absolute incredible, it really was. I mean, I know that you were hoping to set the record, but wow.
ADELE ROBERTS: Well, I just want to say Thank you to you, and Thank you to your daughter. I think she's helped save my life. The awareness that you've done with this campaign is fundamental, and you've shown it can happen to anyone at any time.
I had Deborah in my heart all the way around.
- Oh, thank you.
ADELE ROBERTS: And this is just as much for you as it is for me.
ADELE ROBERTS: So there you go. Please hold that.
ADELE ROBERTS: No, honestly, because--
- You've done her proud.
- She would have been very impressed by your time.
- She would have been very impressed by your--
ADELE ROBERTS: Oh, do you reckon?