LONDON, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Britain's Olympic and world champion Mo Farah said the British media were trying to destroy his achievements and repeated that he... (Date:08/13/2017 19:23) Read full article >>

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Mo Farah: 800 m: 1:48.69 1500 m: 3:33.98 3000 m: 7:34.47 5000 m: 12:53.11 10,000 m: 26:46.57