Mo Farah is hailed as Britain's greatest ever athlete after repeating his Olympic success with a double victory at the World Championships.
He won two Olympic gold medals last year and has already won gold this year in the 10,000 metres but is he the greatest of all time?
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British athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and sports commentator Clare Balding are among the sporting community who have taken to Twitter to congratulate Mo Farah, after he won the 5,000 metre finals at the World Championships.
Never in doubt! Another amazing performance! Go @mo_farah
Unbelievable! Mo Farah is just immense.
Mo Farah has become the second man in the world and the first Briton to hold the 10,000m and 5,000m Olympic and World titles simultaneously.
He joins Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele in athletics history, after winning the 5,000m final at the World Championships in Moscow.
Mo already made history on Saturday, by becoming the first British man to hold a 10,000m world title. He won gold in both events at the 2012 London Olympics.
Adam Gemili has stormed into Saturday's 200m final by winning his semi-final in 19.98. He's only the second Briton to run sub-20 seconds in the 200m, along with John Regis, who holds the British record at 19.87.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has said he "is set" for the 5,000 metre race at the World Championships this evening.
All set for tonight...!! Yeeeeezzzzzzzz!!! http://t.co/1dceuovH9d
ITV News London has spoken to Mo Farah's wife Tania on the phone from Moscow, ahead of this afternoon's 5,000m final.
She said Mo sounded "like his normal self" ahead of the race, which could see him winning a historic 'double double' - two medals in two events, as he did at the Olympics.
Mo Farah will go for the 'double double' at the athletics World Championships in Moscow today when he runs in the final of the 5,000 metres.
The British runner is aiming to add the title to the 10,000 metre gold he won in Russia earlier this week.
Farah won 5,000m and 10,000m gold at the London 2012 Olympics.
London's Christine Ohuruogu has booked her place in the World Athletics Championships 400 metre final in Moscow tomorrow.
A perfectly timed late surge ensured the semi final win. She posted a time of 49.75.
London athlete Christine Ohuruogu will take to the race track in Moscow today in the semi finals of the women's 400m race.
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.