Four-time Olympic hero Mo Farah says winning the London Long distance race would be one of his greatest accomplishments.
The 36-year-old, who resigned from track hurrying to focus on street races full time in 2017, completed third finally year’s occasion.
Farah heads into the race in great structure, having won the Chicago Long distance race in October, breaking the European record.
“I don’t go out to attempt and complete third or fourth,” Farah said. “I trust I can win progressively real long distance races.”
Farah, who won six world titles on the track, completed in a period of two hours six minutes 21 seconds at London a year ago and improved that to 2:05:11 in Chicago.
Be that as it may, he faces protecting boss Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge on Sunday, who set the world record of 2:01:29 at Berlin in September and is going for a men’s record fourth win in London.
Farah, who won gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m at both the Rio and London Olympics, stated: “My point is to win the London Long distance race one day.
“That is my errand, yet you can’t underestimate it in light of the fact that Eliud is an incredible competitor and a world record holder. In the event that I do beat him, it would be an astounding accomplishment.
“Now and again you are beaten by a superior man and you need to acknowledge that and you return home and consider what you have to do to beat him.
“The competition is extraordinary for the game – it’s one the game needs.”
Farah verged on causing a steamed in the 2018 race, however, he was unfit to keep pace in the last stages with champ Kipchoge and sprinter up Tola Shura Kitata in what was the most sizzling race in the occasion’s 38-year history.