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Farah, Sir Mohamed, (Sir Mo) locked

Kt 2017; CBE 2013

Born Mogadishu, Somalia 23 March 1983 m 2010, Tania Nell; twin d and one step d

athlete

Career

Gold Medal: for 5000m, Eur. Jun. Championships, 2001; Eur. Jun. Cross Country Championships, 2001; Silver Medal for 5000m, Eur. Under 23 Championships, 2003; debut for GB, 2005; Silver Medal for 5000m, Eur. T&F Championships, 2006; Gold Medal, 2006, Silver Medal, 2008, 2009, Eur. Cross Country Championships; Gold Medal for 3000m, Eur. Indoor Championships, 2009, 2011; Gold Medal for 5000m and for 10,000m, 2010, Gold Medal for 5000m, 2012, Gold Medal for 10,000m, 2014, Gold Medal for 5000m, 2014, Eur. Athletics Championships; Gold Medal for 5000m, Silver Medal for 10,000m, World Athletics Championships, 2011; Gold Medal for 5000m and for 10,000m, Olympic Games, London, 2012; Gold Medal for 5000m and for 10,000m, World Athletics Championships, 2013, 2015; winner: New York Half Marathon, 2011; New Orleans Half Marathon, 2013; Great North Run, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018; Lisbon Half Marathon, 2015; IAAF Diamond League 5000m, 2017; Vitality Big Half, 2018; Gold Medal for 5000m and for 10,000m, Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, 2016; Gold Medal for 10,000m, Silver Medal for 5000m, World Athletics Championships, 2017. Founder, Mo Farah Foundn, 2011. Male Athlete of Year, British Athletics Writers’ Assoc., 2006, 2010, 2011, 2013; Sen. Athlete of Year, UK Athletics, 2010; Eur. Athlete of Year, Eur. Athletics Assoc., 2011, 2012; BBC Sports Personality of the Year, 2017

Publications

Twin Ambitions (autobiog.), 2013; (jtly) Ready, Steady, Mo!, 2016

Address

c/o PACE Sports Management, 6 The Causeway, Teddington, Middx TW11 0HE