Farah takes on the FA Cup! Trophy mascot joins Mo on London Marathon start line
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Double delight: Farah won 10,000m and 5,000m gold at the London 2012 Olympics
Farah said: 'The whole point is to try and learn from it and my aim is to come out here, learn about the race and get used to the course so next year I'm ready to go. It's a no-brainer really. If someone's giving you a practice run, why would you turn that down There's a lot of criticism, but that's part of life. You can't keep everyone happy.'
And there is, he stressed, no chance of him going all the way to the finish line.
'I'm 25-1 to finish the race,' he added. 'That ain't going to happen. If anyone's got money lying around they can give it to the Mo Farah Foundation because I'm definitely not going to finish it.'
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