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Sir Mo Farah is urged to take inspiration from world record holder Eliud Kipchoge


Race director Hugh Brasher admits he would ‘absolutely love’ Sir Mo Farah to end his glittering career at the London Marathon… but has urged the British hero to take inspiration from Eliud Kipchoge’s world record run to delay his retirement plans

  • Sir Mo Farah is set to compete in the London Marathon on Sunday
  • There has been speculation that this could be Farah’s final race of his career
  • Race director wants Farah to end his career by competing in London
  • However, he also wants Farah to put his retirement plans on hold for now
  • He has urged Farah to take inspiration from Eliud Kipchoge’s recent success 



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