London, Apr. 14 ANI | 4 months ago

British Olympic champion Mohamed Farah has said that he will be back in another marathon after he finished in at the eight position on his marathon debut in London.


Farah, who finished almost four minutes behind the winner Wilson Kipsang, said that he would definitely, 100 percent, do another marathon, adding that he is not going to finish the next marathon like he now did.

According to the BBC, the 5,000 metre gold winner at 2012 Olympics and the 10,000 metre winner at the World Championships said that he would have been disappointed to do his first marathon somewhere else than London.

Farah said that the marathon was pretty tough, adding that he is quite disappointed, but one does try things and if they do not work, at least one gave it a go.

Although Farah came in at the eight place in the marathon, he set the record for the fourth fastest time by a Briton and the fastest time by an Englishman, the report added.

(Posted on 14-04-2014)