Third-placed Britain's Mo Farah crosses the finish line of the elite men's race of the 2018 London Marathon in central London on April 22, 2018. / AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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Mo Farah was unhappy with the way staff at the London Marathon handled a mishap with his drinks bottle, even though he went on to break the British record on Sunday.Farah finished third with a time of two hours six minutes 21 seconds in only his second London Marathon, behind Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge who picked up his third London title in unusually warm temperatures in the English capital.Farah was delighted with the result, while lightheartedly suggesting he could compete in the Athletics World Championships in Doha next year.
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