Britain's Mo Farah wins the men's elite race during the Great North Run in Newcastle, England, Sunday Sept. 10, 2017. (Richard Sellers/PA via AP)
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Britain's Mo Farah announced he will compete in the 2018 London Marathon after winning the Great North Run for a record-breaking fourth successive year Sunday.Just hours earlier, Farah, a four-time Olympic champion, saw off a determined challenge from New Zealand's Jake Robertson in the closing stages of the Great North Run to finish in a time of one hour and six seconds.The 34-year-old is the first athlete to win the Great North Run four times in a row.Farah told the BBC after his season-concluding race: "That was really, really tough.
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