Inspired by the Olympics? Try the race that’s too tough for Mo

Inspired by the Olympics? Want to set yourself a real challenge?

There’s a very challenging – and that means a lot of hard hills – six-mile charity cross-country race on Streatham Common at the end of this month, where regular runners and joggers who want to see how they match up against Mo Farah can give themselves a run-out. All proceeds go to the Macmillan Cancer fund.

The double Olympic gold medallist Farah may be a multiple European champion at cross-country, but the Streatham Common event is one he has never entered: could it be because it is just too tough, even for him? Find out for yourself – entry details below…

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