Double Olympic champion Mo Farah thanked the Birmingham crowd for getting behind him during his victory in the 2 mile run yesterday.
Birmingham-based Olympic bronze medalist, Robbie Grabarz, has won the high jump at the Aviva Birmingham grand prix, jumping 2.32m - 6cm short of the British record.
Mo Farah has won the two mile race at today's Aviva Birmingham grand prix with predictable ease.
Farah finished the race in 8 minutes 27.24 seconds - 13 seconds short of the European outdoor record.
12,700 fans cheered on Farah at the Birmingham Alexander Stadium.
Birmingham-based athlete, Robbie Grabarz, has won the high jump at the Aviva Birmingham grand prix.
The Olympic bronze medalist jumped 2.32m - 6cm short of the British record.
Jamaican gold medal winner, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, says her stay in Birmingham before the Olympics was 'awesome.'
On top of praising the food and music, Shelly-Ann also says that the staff at University of Birmingham were very helpful.
Double gold medal winner, Mo Farah, talks to ITV Central about the response he's received since his Olympic success.
Mo Farah, who's also celebrating the birth of twin girls, is currently in Birmingham, where he'll compete at tomorrow's Aviva grand prix - his first race post Olympic Games.
Double Olympic gold medal winner, Mo Farah, attended the launch of the Birmingham Aviva grand prix today, where he announced that his wife has given birth to twins.
Mo Farah has said that the London 2012 Games and the birth of his twins, has changed his life 'beyond belief.'
Tomorrow will be the first competition run that Farah has entered since winning two gold medals at the London 2012 Games, earlier this month.
The Aviva grand prix has sold out of tickets, as Olympic fever continues across Britain.