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Runner 'pinching himself' after beating Sir Mo Farah

The runner who beat Sir Mo Farah in the Vitality London 10,000 road race on Bank Holiday Monday shares what it is like to beat "an idol" of the sport. The 25-year-old competitor, Ellis Cross, from Polesworth, in Warwickshire, was not part of the elite field. He beat the former...
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Mo Farah non-committal about future after comeback ends in shock defeat at Vitality London 10,000

Sir Mo Farah was non-committal about his plans for the future after being beaten by club runner Ellis Cross on his return to action at the Vitality London 10,000.Farah was racing for the first time since failing to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics last June while battling a foot injury and he was unable to outkick 26-year-old Cross over the final stages.Farah, 39, finished a minute outside his best time on the road set over the same course in 2010, and declined to say whether he will target the World Championships in Eugene in July.Speaking to the BBC, the four-time...
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Mo Farah non-committal about future after shock defeat on return to action

Sir Mo Farah was non-committal about his plans for the future after being beaten by club runner Ellis Cross on his return to action at the Vitality London 10,000. Farah was racing for the first time since failing to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics last June while battling a foot injury and he was unable to outkick 25-year-old Cross over the final stages.
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London 10,000: Mo Farah to race for first time since June

Location: London Date: Monday 2 May Time: 09:45 BST. Coverage: Watch live on BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website and app. Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says it would not "make any sense" to continue racing if he could not compete at the highest level. The 39-year-old...
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London 10,000: Mo Farah to race for first time since June

Location: London Date: Monday 2 May Time: 09:45 BST. Coverage: Watch live on BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website and app. Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah will race for the first time since failing to qualify for the Tokyo Games in Monday's Vitality London 10,000. The 39-year-old...
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Mo Farah will return to racing at the Vitality London 10,000

The four-time Olympic champion, Mo Farah, has announced that he will be returning to racing after fracturing his foot in the spring of 2021. Farah will be running at the Vitality London 10,000, which is scheduled to take place on May 2. Farah has won the Vitality London 10,000 seven...
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Sir Mo Farah targets his eighth victory at the London Vitality 10,000

Sir Mo Farah has announced he will run at this May’s London Vitality 10,000. The race, which takes place on 2 May 2022, has seen Farah take victory on seven previous occasions. The 38-year-old suffered a fractured foot last year, which ruled him out of the Tokyo Olympics. He’s...
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Mo Farah: Britain's four-time Olympic champion to return at London 10,000

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah will make his return to competition at the Vitality London 10,000 in May. The 38-year-old, Britain's most decorated track and field athlete, has not raced since suffering a fractured foot in June last year. He fell short of the 10,000m selection time for last year's...
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Does Mo Farah follow a plant-based diet?

Since his partnership with popular meat-free food brand Quorn, Sir Mo Farah has become synonymous with vegetarianism. The face of multimillion-pound campaigns to grow the brand’s appeal, including memorable TV ads where he promoted the benefits of eating Quorn as part of an active lifestyle, many have since assumed the four-time Olympic champion follows a plant-based diet. But, is Mo Farah vegan? And what does he eat to fuel his world-beating performances and rigorous training schedule, which consists of around 120 miles per week?
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