There had been rumors that Farah would go for the WR on Saturday but he said today that's not the case. Make your predictions.
"I donâ€™t think Iâ€™m ready for the world record,â€ admitted Farah, who paid tribute to a world record which has stood since 1998.
â€œItâ€™s stood for many years â€“ 7:24 by Daniel Komen. Nobody has gone close to that, not even Kenenisa Bekele or Haile Gebrselassie,â€ added Farah ahead of what will be his first track race since winning the 5000m at the IAAF World Championships Beijing 2015. â€œI want to try to win the race, run a decent time and end on a high, chill out and come back for the World Half Marathon Championships.â€