| Mo Farah Retires | Mangalam

London: British legend and four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah is retiring. Farah, who is 39 years old, has announced that he will retire after the London Marathon in April.

He has won a gold medal in the 5000m and 10,000m races at the London Olympics 2012. The distinction was repeated at the Rio Olympics 2016. After Lacy Viren, he was the first player to win two consecutive gold medals in 5000 and 10,000 meters. The London Marathon will be held on April 23. Couldn’t compete last year. Farah has already made it clear that he will not compete in the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

The actor also said that he would participate in the World Championship in Budapest, Hungary. Farah plans to retire from the track this year. Farah last took part in the London Marathon in 2019.

The star disappointed the fans by finishing in fifth place. He was the bronze medal winner in 2018. That’s Farah’s best performance here. His best performance was in the marathon in 2018 when he won a gold medal in Chicago in 2 hours 05 minutes 11 seconds. Commonwealth Games Women’s 10,000m champion Eilish McColgan will make her London debut. Eilish is the daughter of 1996 marathon winner Liz McColgan. Born in Mogadishu, Somalia, Farah immigrated to Britain. Farah said the next goal is to train the British players.

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