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Mo Farah wasn't the only Londoner to take home a victory at today's event - Christine Ohuruogu from Newham also won the four hundred metres.
She ran the race in just over fifty seconds, the fastest she has ever run outside a major championships.
The double Olympic champion crossed the line first in today's 3000m race at the Olympic stadium in Stratford.
He won with a time of seven minutes and 36 seconds - a personal best. The latest win comes before he heads to the World Championships in Moscow in August.
Double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah will return to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park today to compete in the second day of the Anniversary Games.
The Team GB star will compete this afternoon in the men's 3,000 metres, an event he won earlier this year at the British Grand Prix in Birmingham.
He was one of Team GB's most successful athletes at last year's games, winning gold medals in the 5000m and 10,000m last summer.
The Olympic champion Usain Bolt has won the 100m at the Anniversary Games in a time of 9.85 seconds.
The London sprinter James Dasaolu has had to pull out of tonight's 100m final at the Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium. Dasaolu clocked a time of 9.91 seconds at the recent British trials and was expected to challenge Usain Bolt in tonight's race.
19-year-old sprinter Adam Gemili saw off his British rivals in the men's 100m B race at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford. He won with his fastest time of the season, 10.16 seconds.
Perri Shakes-Drayton set a personal best time of 53.67 seconds in the women's 400m hurdles. She came second behind the Czech athlete Zuzana Hejnova.