Quote Of The Day
“Watching Doha, I was nervous and agitated. I felt like I was there. My heart was pounding and I was looking at that race thinking, ‘I know I could do it, I want to do it’, and the Olympics is just round the corner. I knew from that point that I’d love to go back and race that. As an athlete it’s important if you’re still hungry and you want it, you train for it, you push yourself to get it. If you’re not hungry, you don’t want it as much, then it’s impossible to get it. And right now I have a great hunger for the track. … There’s no one out there that has you saying ‘Oh, my God’ but in the marathon it’s different. My understanding is I can’t finish in the top three in Tokyo with 2:05.”
– Mo Farah talking about why he made the decision to leave the marathon and return to the track for 2020.
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