The 37-year-old Somalia-born British track legend added he will treat the 10,000 metres as just "another race."
The four-time Olympic champion will reportedly be paid an appearance fee of 300,000 pounds ($395,000) to compete against nine other well-known figures in a contest for the title of King or Queen of the Castle.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport said it has moved next week's scheduled hearing for Salazar and endocrinologist Jeffrey Brown to a new slot from 3-12 March.
Mo Farah broke Haile Gebrselassie’s 13-year-old record of 21,285 kilometers on his return to the track. Farah, who ran with his training partner Bashir Abdi, established a new world mark of 21.330 kilometers.
Farah last year gave up plans of running the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics and will instead compete in the 10,000 metres which, if successful, will be his fifth gold medal at the Games.
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is targeting the one-hour world record at the AG Memorial Van Damme meet in Brussels on 4 September as he returns to the track for the first time since switching to road racing in 2017.
Salazar, who coached some of the world’s top distance runners including British Olympic and world champion Mo Farah, was banned by the USADA in October for “orchestrating and facilitating” doping as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project (NOP).
Mo Farah says postponement of Tokyo Olympics gives him more time to prepare for 10,000m gold defence
Multiple Olympic champion Mo Farah says the postponement of the Tokyo Games to 2021 could work to his advantage as the Briton will now have around 20 months to train for the defence of his 10,000m title having switched his focus back to the track.
Aside from Farah, Black also worked closely with other British track greats like Sally Gunnell, Linford Christie, Colin Jackson, Jonathan Edwards and Jessica Ennis
Mo Farah admits to having suffered 'financially and emotionally' from his ties with banned ex-coach Alberto Salazar
American Salazar was banned for four years by the US Anti-Doping Agency last year for “orchestrating and facilitating prohibited doping conduct” as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project, a camp designed mainly to develop US endurance athletes.
Farah, who has won the previous two editions of the half marathon event, was set to go head-to-head with Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele - the second-fastest marathon runner of all-time - at this year’s race on 1 March.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah said he would gladly have any of his previous blood or urine samples re-tested as part of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) investigation into the Nike Oregon Project.
World Athletics boss Sebastian Coe says athletics on course to challenge traditionally popular sports after 'year of innovation'
Taking stock of the year, which saw the successful hosting of the World Championships in Doha and the re-branding of the IAAF as World Athletics, Coe promised to ring in more changes in the coming years
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Mo Farah announces return to 10,000m race, will aim for fifth gold medal at showpiece event
The 36-year-old, a four-times Olympic champion and six times world champion over 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres, retired from track athletics in 2017 to focus on road marathons, going on the break the British record.
UK Athletics commissions review into dealings with Alberto Salazar and disbanded Nike Oregon Project
UK Athletics has commissioned an independent review into its dealings with banned track coach Alberto Salazar and the recently disbanded Nike Oregon Project.
Kosgei broke the mark of 2:15:25 set by Radcliffe in the London Marathon on 13, April 2003 as she won in Chicago for the second straight year.
Mo Farah slams critics over questions on former coach Alberto Salazar, says he has been unfairly singled out in doping scandal
A defiant Mo Farah angrily hit back at critics Friday, saying he was never given any banned drugs while a member of the Nike Oregon Project and claiming he has been unfairly singled out in the scandal surrounding his former coach Alberto Salazar.
Sportswear giant Nike shuts down Oregon Project training group over coach Alberto Salazar's four-year ban
Nike said on Friday it plans to shut down its Oregon Project training group after top athletics coach Alberto Salazar was banned for four years for doping.
UK Athletics performance director Neil Black set to stand down amidst links to disgraced coach Alberto Salazar
Black spoke about the Salazar matter on Monday after returning from the World Championships in Doha, where Great Britain won just five medals, their worst performance since 2005
World Athletics Championships 2019: IAAF chief Sebastian Coe insists event hasn't 'been derailed' by Alberto Salazar scandal
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president Coe said the governing body had reacted swiftly after news broke that Salazar, the founder of the Nike Oregon Project training group, had been suspended by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA)