Mo Farah will compete in his final track race in front of a British crowd, in Birmingham this weekend.
This comes after winning a gold and a silver medal at the World Championships in London earlier this month.
The four-time Olympic Champion, who won his 6th world gold in London, reflects on his championships after finishing second in the 5,000 metres last Saturday.
He will compete in the 3,000 metres at the Birmingham Grand Prix, being held at the Alexander Stadium on Sunday.
Ahead of his final ever track race, Mo reflects on his career and reveals his favourite moment as a track and field athlete.
Our Sports Correspondent Steve Clamp ask Mo about his future with road running after his track and field retirement.