Did He Say It With A Straight Face?
“It’s great he will be racing because I’m sure that will make the atmosphere more special. … I’ll be taking Mo Farah very seriously. He’s a very high profile person and I can say I’m respecting him and treating him with total seriousness. He’ll be a big challenge.”
– Eliud Kipchoge talking about racing Mo Farah at the 2018 London Marathon.
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