Sir Mo Farah has claimed a record fifth successive win at the Great North Run.
The 35-year-old raced along the South Shields seafront to cross the finish line in a time of 59 minutes and 26 seconds.
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Matt Hadden was surprised by Sir Mo Farrah on Friday ahead of the Great North Run. He was the final person to cross the finish line.Read the full story ›
The man described as Great Britain's greatest ever athlete has done it once again.
Mo Farah has defended his title, claiming a 4th consecutive Great North Run win.
It is the runner's 5th win at the world's biggest half marathon.
It was a close call for Farah who left it until the 200 meter mark to break away from New Zealand runner Jake Robertson
Farah finished the race in a time of 1 hour and 6 seconds.
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Farah will return to the North East of England on 11 September for the world’s biggest half marathon. His wife will be taking part too.Read the full story ›
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has launched the Great North 5k on the Newcastle Gateshead Quayside.
The 32-year-old, who recently won both the 5,000m and 10,000m at the World Championships in China, fired the starting gun and jogged the 5k course.
Farah is competing in the Great North Run on Sunday.
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A half-marathon personal best for Mo Farah and a new women's record, set in this year's Great North Run.Read the full story ›