Mo Farah

The gold medalist is worried he won't be able to reunite with his family in Portland.
Athletes are acutely aware of the power that food has over the human body. When they're not training or competing, many of them are doing their part to make sure that no one is limited by hunger, malnutrition, or obesity-related health problems.
He then turned to the camera and said: "Are you up for that? Come on, you've got to do it." "That sounds fun," he said. Bolt
Olympic Stadium, London, August 4, 2012. Minutes before the race of my life, the finals of the men's 10,000 meters. I wasn't running. I was a spectator. Below, taking their places, were two runners I'd spent years coaching. I couldn't help but marvel at the peace I felt inside.
Farah won gold in the 5,000- and 10,000-meter races at the 2012 London Olympics. He described his 10,000-meter win as the
Not every sports story that lifts the hearts of fans is as euphoric as Farah's double triumph in London. Sometimes, inspiration
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What a fantastic Olympics we've just had. I miss the Games already. The spectacle was grand, but what I hope really last are the spirits of internationalism and participation in sport.