SULULTA - Ethiopian track legend Kenenisa Bekele said Sunday he was still a long way off from thinking of retirement and is instead eyeing a step up to the marathon in time for the Rio Olympics. Speaking to AFP at his training camp, the world record holder in the 5,000 and 10,000 metres said he hoped to display a return to form when he races Britain's Mo Farah and fellow Ethiopian great Haile Gebreselassie this month. The three will be competing in the Great North Run in England on September 16, which organisers say will be the "greatest head-to-head in half-marathon history". "I did great things in 5,000 and 10,000 metres and now after those races, my big goal is to run a good marathon and a good half marathon, to attack maybe the world record," said Bekele. –AFP