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MO FARAH'S coach last night [...]

PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/26/2012, p92
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
MO FARAH'S coach last night cast doubt over the double Olympic gold medallist's participation at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after revealing his plans for a tilt at the London Marathon in April 2014. While there was no direct mention of the Glasgow Games, Salazar stated that Farah would wait until 2014 before stepping up to the greater distance. With the Glasgow Games beginning at the end of July, there is some doubt as to whether Farah would then be able to compete in Scotland given the variation in training required for the marathon. Salazar revealed: 'Mo could run London and still perhaps run a late track season in August.'
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