Mo Can Still Kick
“It’s alright. It’s good enough, obviously, to win. But at the same time it would have been nice to get it quicker, but that’s where it was. Sometimes it’s important to just win the race then think about times. … It would have been nice to have it a little bit slower, but the guys, you know, went to the front and pushed the pace. That’s what racing’s about; you can’t choose. A few times I tried to cut to the front and slow down, but it didn’t work.”
– Mo Farah talking after making his return to racing by winning the European Championships 10,000m in 28:08.11 with a 54.4-second final lap.
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