Mo Farah

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Mohammed "Mo" Farah (, ) (born 23 March 1983 in Mogadishu, Somalia) is a Somali-born British international track and field athlete. He holds the European track record for 10,000 metres, the British road record for 10,000 metres, the British indoor record in the 3000 metres, the British track record for 5000 metres and the European indoor record for 5000 metres. On 27 July 2010 Farah won Britain's first-ever men's European gold medal at 10,000 m in a time of 28 minutes 24.99 seconds. He followed this with a gold in the 5000 m, becoming the 5th athlete to complete the long-distance double at the championships and the first British man to do so.. Daily Telegraph (2010-07-31). Retrieved on 2010-07-31.

Originally based in London and running for Newham and Essex Beagles athletics club, Farah won his first major title at the European Junior Championships in 2001. On the track, he generally competes over 5000 metres, where he came sixth in the 2007 World Athletics Championships. He also runs the 3000 metres, 10,000 metres and occasionally the 1500 metres. In addition, Farah competes in cross-country running, where in December 2006 he became European champion in Italy. He took gold in...
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