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British sprinter Adam Gemili has come fifth in the final of the 200m in the Athletics World Championships in Moscow.
Usain Bolt has won the gold medal in the 200m in the World Athletics Championships in Moscow, in a time of 19.66 secs.
Team GB's women runners have won a bronze medal in the 4x400m relay race at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
Christine Ohuruogu stormed round the final lap but could not catch the teams from USA or Russia.
Mo Farah celebrated his stunning victory in the men's 5,000m at the World Athletics Championships in Russia with his customary 'Mobot'.
The Briton has become only the second man in history to be crowned world champion in two distance events at both the Olympics and the worlds.
Former Olympic sprinter Roger Black was on the edge of his seat as he watched Mo Farah competing in the Men's 5,000m final at the IAAF World Championships:
British Athletics said Mo Farah's second gold at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow "really cements his place in the history books."
The body also urged people to retweet one of its messages if they think Farah "is the greatest British athlete of all time":
Olympic champion Mo Farah showed off his second gold medal after winning the Men's 5,000m finals at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow.
Paralympic champion David Weir as well as Olympians Lutalo Muhammad and Jo Pavey have tweeted their support to Mo Farah, after he became the second man in history to hold the 5,000 and 10,000 Olympic and World Championship titles.
Mo Farah said that it was "hard work" winning today's 5,000 metre final at the World Championships, adding that it was "harder than the last".
He told the BBC:
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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?