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ITV News reporter Rags Martel accompanied Mo Farah's wife Tania to the Olympic stadium earlier today. She said he was feeling confident of him winning.
His daughter Rihanna said she felt sick with nerves, but she was confident her father would get gold as he had "been training for a very very long time"
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Mo Farah delivered Team GB's 14th gold with a stunning run in the final of the men's 10,000m to help crown the greatest night in the history of British athletics.
The 29-year-old took to the front of the field at the bell and stayed clear after a sprint finish at the Olympic Stadium.
Michael Phelps has signed off from the Olympics with an 18th gold medal.
The American phenomenon helped his team to victory in the 4x100m medley relay.
The win took his personal medal haul to 22.
Reigning Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu produced a season's best performance to qualify for the women's 400m final.
The 28-year-old, who grew up less than a mile from what is now the site of the Olympic Stadium, ran home second in 50.22 behind USA's Sanya Richards-Ross.
China's Sun Yang has won the gold medal in the men's 1500 metre freestyle.
He smashed the world record competing the race in 14:31.02.
Canada's Ryan Cochrane took the silver medal, followed by Oussama Mellouli from Tunisia who took the bronze.
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Jessica Ennis and Mo Farah etched their names into British sporting immortality to complete a historic day for Team GB at the Olympics.
While Britain's athletes put on a show around the country's Olympic venues yesterday, the moon staged a special display of its own.