Athletics Career Highlights
Mohammed  "Mo" Farah, Great Britain Born : 1983 in Mogadishu, Somalia. He moved to Britain aged 8 and has steadily developed to become the greatest long distance runner in British history. He has proved that you can successfully compete against the might of East Africa at 5,000 and 10,000 metres. He achieved double gold at the London Olympics and currently hold all the major titles at 5,000 metres. A second double at the Moscow World Championships has allowed his name to be included as one of the all-time greats of the track. A double at the 2014 European Championships made him the first athlete to achieve 5 golds in a career. His dominance continued in 2015 when he successfully defended his World 5,000 & 10,000 metres titles. At the Rio Olympics he retained his 5,000 metres &10,000 metres titles. His track career ended with a further 10,000 metres crown at the 2017 World Championships. 10 global gold medals & a further 5 European titles reflected an amazing record for a truly remarkable distance runner.
 

Titles

Outdoor

2010 :
European: 5,000 metres; 10,000 metres
2011 :
World:  5,000 metres
2012:
Olympics: 5,000 metres; 10,000 metres
European: 5,000 metres
2013:
World:
5,000 metres;10,000 metres
2014:
European: 5,000 metres; 10,000 metres
2015:
World: 5,000 metres;10,000 metres
2016:
Olympics: 5,000 metres: 10,000 metres
2017:
World: 10,000 metres

Indoor

2009:
European: 3,000 metres
2010:
2011:

European: 3,000 metres

Cross Country

2006:
European:

Road

2014:
Great North Run
2015:
Great North Run
2016:
Great North Run
2017:
Great North Run
2018:
Chicago Marathon
Great North Run
Great Manchester Run 10k