Olympic champion Mo Farah has revealed how he got into a "fist fight" with a man who kept blocking his path during a Christmas Day training session in 2009, according to the Evening Standard.
Revealing the incident in his autobiography, which was published yesterday, Farah said: "I was running up and down repeatedly on this one hill when I noticed a couple with a baby in a pushchair walking up the same hill.
"They were taking up nearly the entire path. After three or four attempts to run around the couple I got a bit fed up.
The man reportedly refused to move, and Farah added: "Things quickly escalated into a heated argument...Then it all kicked off. Before I knew it, we were having a full-blown fight, rolling around on the ground, trading blows."
Standards of school sport and physical education need to improve according to Mo Farah's former PE teacher.
In a new report by the Future of School and Community Sport, Alan Watkinson said there remains considerable work to do.
Olympic athlete Christine Ohuruogu joined Graeme Swann to fire the starting gun in this year's Great North Run.
She spoke to ITV News about the pressure of getting the procedure right in front of 56,000 people.
Mo Farah has been pipped at the post in the Great North Run, finishing second behind Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele in a sprint finish.
Mo Farah has had to settle for second place, as Kenenisa Bekele won in a dramatic finish.
Mo Farah is now sitting in second place, as Kenenisa Bekele leads in the final stages of the race.
Kenenisa Bekele has caught back up with Haile Gebrselassie and Mo Farah, with the three running together at the head of the men's race.
Haile Gebrselassie and Mo Farah have begun to pull ahead of Kenenisa Bekele at around the 10km mark.
Ethiopian legends Kenenisa Bekele and Haile Gebrselassie are leading the field in the men's elite race together with Mo Farah.
Sutton's David Weir has won the wheelchair race at the Great North Run.