The two-time Olympian isn't intimidated by anyone in the star-studded field.
He needs to check with his coach, first.
Farah still got the British and European two-mile record.
Their head coach thinks they lack a decent finishing kick.
Who will win is anybody's guess.
Top-ranked 5,000m runner Eliud Kipchoge set to attack 13 minute barrier.
He was trying to take the 5,000m record back from Bernard Lagat.
The freshly fallen snow along the course made the race even more challenging.
The traditional cross-country race will have a new format in 2011.
Ugandan outsprints Kipchoge takes men's 5,000 meters.