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Sir Mo Farah has withdrawn from The Vitality Big Half on Sunday 1 March.

Sir Mo Farah has withdrawn from The Vitality Big Half 2020 due to a minor Achilles injury sustained in training.

Farah has won the event on the past two occasions and had been looking forward to racing another distance running great, Kenenisa Bekele (ETH), at this year's race on Sunday 1 March.

He said: "I was really looking forward to racing The Vitality Big Half again. Everyone knows how much I love racing in London, but my priority is to be fit, healthy and competitive for the summer season and for that reason I have had to make the tough decision not to race this year. I definitely hope to be back again in 2021."

Sir Mo Farah has withdrawn from The Vitality Big Half 2020 due to a minor Achilles injury sustained in training.

Farah has won the event on the past two occasions and had been looking forward to racing another distance running great, Kenenisa Bekele (ETH), at this year's race on Sunday 1 March.

He said: "I was really looking forward to racing The Vitality Big Half again. Everyone knows how much I love racing in London, but my priority is to be fit, healthy and competitive for the summer season and for that reason I have had to make the tough decision not to race this year. I definitely hope to be back again in 2021."

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