Mo Farah reclaims the ‘Mobot’ on top of the London Eye in emotional farewell to track athletics in Britain

Mo Farah reclaims the 'Mobot' on top of the London Eye in emotional farewell to track athletics in Britain

Mo Farah takes world 5000m silver to fall short of a farewell double

On Saturday night an emotional Mo Farah broke down in tears after missing out on a fairytale finale at the World Championships. And this morning he waved farewell to track athletics in Britain in the most dramatic of fashion – atop the London Eye.

Mo Farah holds his head in his hands after finishing second in the men's 5,000m final, his final major track race. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian. Mo Farah · The Observer. Mo Farah takes world 5,000m silver to fall short of a farewell double. . London – British athletics legend Mo Farah narrowly failed to complete a fifth successive global double on Saturday when he finished second behind Ethiopian Muktar Edris in a thrilling 5 000 metres world final. The 34-year-old, whose winning run in the …

Edris ends Farah's invincibility in final race

LONDON (Reuters) – Mo Farah's aura of invincibility after six years of unrelenting success was finally cracked in his very last major track race on Saturday as he lost his world 5,000 metres title to Ethiopia's Muktar Edris. Seeking a fitting end to …

London 2017: Farah fails to win 5000m gold, settles for silver

London 2017: Farah fails to win 5000m gold, settles for silver

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Mo Farah takes world 5000m silver to fall short of a farewell double

MO FARAH was unable to round off his brilliant track career in style as he failed to claim the world 5,000 metres title at London 2017. Farah had been hoping to win his 11th major title by completing a World Championships double following his thrilling …

An emotional Sir Mo Farah broke down in tears after missing out on a fairytale finale at the World Championships. The four-time Olympic champion failed to mount a third defence of his 5,000m title as Ethiopia's Muktar Edris claimed gold in London on

A FIFTH SUCCESSIVE distance double proved just beyond Mo Farah as he was beaten to 5,000 metres gold by Muktar Edris in his final major championship race at the London Stadium this evening. The Briton had won over 5,000m and 10,000m at the past

Mo Farah was beaten in the final race of his career – before the man who beat him stole his celebration. Farah was left tasting Ethiopian Muktar Edris' dust as he ran out of steam on the final straight in the 5,000m final at the London Stadium. But to … . Sir Mo Farah admitted to running on empty after he suffered a shock first global championship loss in six years. On the London track where he had never been beaten, in front of a raucous sell-out crowd, the home town hero used his last drop of stardust. . Britain's Mo Farah missed out on a fifth major championships distance double in a row as he finished second in the 5,000m at the World Athletics Championships in London. The 34-year-old won 10,000m gold eight days ago but couldn't perform the same feat

Does Mo Farah leave the track as greatest distance man?

Does Mo Farah leave the track as greatest distance man?

But to many his association with coach Alberto Salazar will forever cast an unwanted pall on his career. by AFP. Published 2 hours ago. The void Mo Farah leaves in track distance running is immeasurable AFP. 2 hours ago. AFP · Share · Tweet · Email. It was a fitting send off for the Somali born athlete, to have the last race of his career at the stadium where he won two gold medals at the 2012 Olympic Games. Sir Mo Farah had already won gold in the 10,000 metre race at this year's World …

Sir Mo Farah wins 5000m silver at World Championships in final major track appearance

So they caught him in the end, Mo Farah losing his last championship race on the track inside a packed London Olympic Stadium, beaten into second place after a savagely competitive 5,000 metres final. That Farah gave it his all is undeniable: likewise … . Paul Chelimo (R), Mo Farah of Great Britain (C) and Cyrus Rutto of Kenya (L) compete in the men's 5,000-meter final at the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships at the London Stadium on Aug. 12, 2017 in London. Olympic silver medalist Paul Chelimo

The 2011 world and 2012 Olympic champion Pearson, 30, shot into the lead midway through the hurdles and never looked back for gold in 12.59 seconds. 2012 world youth champion Edris, 23, produced a strong charge on the final stretch to lift his first … . American runner Paul Chelimo sparked controversy following his pre-race gesture ahead of the 5,000m final in London at the IAAF World Championships. Chelimo, who in the end failed in his objective to defeat Mo Farah and had to settle for bronze, was

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