Quote Of The Day
“I want to race against everybody [at London 2019]. Bring in Eliud, bring in whoever you can – let’s make the best race. Let’s see what we can do. Eliud can be beaten. But I don’t think there’s anyone who can beat him at the minute. In order to learn and know what Eliud does so well I need to race him more often. He is far ahead of anyone else and his world record was incredible. He’s a great athlete. I want to race against Eliud. I feel like I can beat him at some point. I don’t know when it will be yet. Will it be in London in 2019? I don’t know. Will it be at the World Championships in Doha, will he compete? I don’t know. I’ll keep racing until Tokyo 2020 and learn from him. Learn to make mistakes, learn to win races. That’s what I need to do.”
– Mo Farah talking about the prospect of racing Eliud Kipchoge at the 2019 London Marathon.
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