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Mo Farah talked medals, children, and the joy of the Olympics during an interview on Sunday, after successfully winning the 'double double'.
"I never dreamed of becoming an Olympic champion four times," he said. "It's been a long journey, but... there's no really words to describe."
He spoke of how difficult it is to be away from his children for so long - he has relocated to Portland in Oregon so that he can train with Alberto Salazar, long-distance running guru.
"Each one of my kids has one of these medals, so that's what drives me," he said. "If I stop today, at least they got something for the time I missed spending time with my kids."
Archbishop of York John Sentamu called on his Twitter followers to spread support for the Olympic champion being knighted.Read the full story ›
Mo Farah made yet more Olympic history by winning the 5,000m in Rio to take his medal tally to four.Read the full story ›
Mo Farah has won gold in the men's 10,000m in Rio.Read the full story ›
Mo Farah has won gold in the men's 10,000m in Rio.
Farah overcame a fall in the race to win with a time of 27 minutes and five seconds.
Paul Tanui of Kenya came second, while Tamirat Tola of Ethiopia took the bronze.
Mo Farah finishes third in the World Half Marathon Championship in CardiffRead the full story ›