Mile News Tagged Mo Farah

Mo Farah joins London youngsters for The Daily Mile

May 15, 2018

The 10-time global gold medalist and legend will be running in family events at the upcoming Vitality Westminster Mile

By Athletics Weekly

Mo Farah has joined London schoolchildren for their Daily Mile run as the UK capital gets set to welcome back thousands of runners plus the 10-time global...

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Sporting legend Roger Bannister calls for “optimism” ahead of Olympic Games

August 06, 2016

"There will always be failures, wrongdoing and cheating in every human endeavour. Britain should be bursting with pride over our Froomes, Murrays, Ennis-Hills and Mo Farahs. They inspire amateur athletes all over the world."

By Hannah Somerville, Oxford Mail

Sporting legend Roger Bannister...

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British Milers Get Slap in the Face

February 20, 2013

Robotic adherence to strict selection criteria means Britain has no one in the men’s 1500m at the European Indoor Championships in Gothenburg

By Jason Henderson, Athletics Weekly

The European Indoor Championships has traditionally been used to blood up-and-coming athletes. It is an ideal...

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Track Where Sir Roger Bannister Trained to Be Reopened

September 26, 2012

By ITV News

LONDON, England - A new athletics track at Paddington Recreation Ground is to be opened today, the site where Roger Bannister trained to break the four-minute Mile. The project, which aims to leave a lasting legacy for the Olympic Games, is backed by double gold medalist Mo Farah.

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Gold Medalist Farah Backs Restoration of Track Roger Bannister Trained on to Break Four-Minute Mile

September 14, 2012

Double Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah has given his backing to the restoration of a historic running track.

By Rob Whitson, West End Extra

WESTMINSTER, England - Paddington Recreation Ground, where legendary runner Sir Roger Bannister trained to break the 4-minute Mile, is undergoing a...

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