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Mo Farah wins record fifth Great North Run but misses out on personal best

• Farah finished in 59 minutes and 26 seconds• Vivian Cheruiyot takes second women’s titleSir Mo Farah delivered a dominant performance to claim a record-breaking fifth consecutive victory in the Great North Run on the South Shields seafront on Sunday….

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Mo Farah wins record fifth Great North Run but misses out on personal best

• Farah finished in 59 minutes and 26 seconds• Vivian Cheruiyot takes second women’s titleSir Mo Farah delivered a dominant performance to claim a record-breaking fifth consecutive victory in the Great North Run on the South Shields seafront on Sunday….

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Mo Farah wins record fifth Great North Run but misses out on personal best

• Farah finished in 59 minutes and 26 seconds• Vivian Cheruiyot takes second women’s titleSir Mo Farah delivered a dominant performance to claim a record-breaking fifth consecutive victory in the Great North Run on the South Shields seafront on Sunday….

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Former Mo Farah aide Jama Aden could face prison over doping offences

• Prosecutors target Farah’s former ‘unofficial facilitator’• Report accuses coach of putting health of athletes at riskJama Aden, the coach who guided Genzebe Dibaba to the 1500m world record and worked as an “unofficial facilitator” with Mo Farah whe…

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Mo Farah insists he was tested for drugs at African training camps

• Briton denies witnessing practices exposed by Kiprop• Farah will run autumn marathon, probably in the USMo Farah has insisted he had frequent blood and urine tests during high?altitude camps in Kenya and Ethiopia – and has never seen any of the shady…

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Sports quiz of the week: Mo Salah, Mo Farah, maximums and musicians

Who was quick? Who hit a hat-trick? Who scored spot-kicks? Related: Football quiz: Liverpool in Europe Which of these statements about Arsène Wenger is false?He was the first non-British manager to win the league championship in England He was the fir…

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London Marathon organisers hoping to secure Mo Farah return for next year

• Farah finished third in a race won by Eliud Kipchoge• Coach Gary Lough backs him to challenge winner in futureLondon Marathon organisers are already lining up Mo Farah to run in next year’s race while his coach, Gary Lough, believes he could yet reac…

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Mo Farah finishes third in the London Marathon with a new British record – video

Mo Farah defied sweltering conditions to set another British record on Sunday by finishing third in the London Marathon in a time of 2hr 6min 21sec.Farah kept pace with the leaders for much of the race, but finished two minutes and four secon…

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Eliud Kipchoge wins men’s London Marathon as Mo Farah comes third

• Kipchoge seals hat-trick of London Marathon victories• Farah beats British record after Shura Kitata finishes secondMo Farah added another British record to his long ledger of titles and achievements as he finished third in a brutally hot London Mara…

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London Marathon 2018 – live!

Race through capital set to be hottest on recordSign up for the Recap, our weekly sport round-upAnd email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarris 9.18am BST Radcliffe says no one has ever spoken as much about their desire and intention to break the record, and t…

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London Marathon: from Mo Farah to the Weirwolf, via epic women’s duel

It’s Eliud Kipchoge versus Kenenisa Bekele, Mo Farah out to show he’s not on wrong track, Mary Keitany facing with Tirunesh Dibaba and David Weir seeking to ‘break’ Marcel HugEliud Kipchoge has a stronger claim than most to be the greatest marathon run…

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Mo Farah faces new challenge on his return to the London Marathon

After finishing eighth – and in pain – four years ago Britain’s most successful athlete now has to contend with Eliud Kipchoge, the Olympic champion, and Kenenisa BekeleThe promise came shortly after Mo Farah had crashed into the steepest of walls, lim…

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Mo Farah tainted by Salazar link, says British marathon record holder

• Steve Jones highly critical of Farah’s work with former coach• Jones expects Farah to claim his record at London MarathonThe British marathon record holder Steve Jones fears Mo Farah will always be tainted by his association with Alberto Salazar – an…

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Mo Farah hopes to battle with best at London Marathon despite 2014 pain

• Distance runner struggled during first attempt at 26.2 miles• ‘This is the biggest race and there is only one way to run it’Mo Farah believes he can compete with the very best during Sunday’s London Marathon despite failing to deliver during his firs…

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Mo Farah claims he was racially harassed at Munich airport

Four-time Olympic champion had alleged altercation with law enforcement officerMo Farah has claimed he was racially harassed while travelling through Munich airport in Germany.The four-time Olympic champion left the UK for Ethiopia on Monday to complet…

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Mo Farah wins big half-marathon and sets sights on Jones marathon record

• Farah wins London race in 61min 40sec ahead of Daniel Wanjiru• Athlete aims to compete in next year’s world championshipsMo Farah has set his sights on beating Steve Jones’s 33-year-old British marathon record after a convincing victory in his first …

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Mo Farah wins big half-marathon and sets sights on Jones marathon record

• Farah wins London race in 61min 40sec ahead of Daniel Wanjiru• Athlete aims to compete in next year’s world championshipsMo Farah has set his sights on beating Steve Jones’s 33-year-old British marathon record after a convincing victory in his first …

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Mo Farah says medals and not money is his incentive for switch to marathon

• Briton’s first race for six months will be in Vitality Big Half• ‘I want to continue running and getting medals for my country’Mo Farah has denied that his move to the marathon is motivated by money and says he is increasingly hopeful he can challeng…

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Tom Jenkins’s best sports photos of 2017

The Guardian and Observer sport photographer Tom Jenkins selects his favourite images from 2017 and recalls how each one was created20mm lens 1/1250 f4 ISO 1000 Continue reading…

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Why did female nominees miss out again at 2017 Spoty awards? | Martha Kelner

It is hardly a surprise given the dominance of men’s sport on TV that the four female nominees ended up as the bottom quartet once the votes were castThe most visible shock during BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year show was the 50-1 outsider Mo Farah…