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  • Farah wins final race after rival trio collide

    ZURICH: Mohamed Farah won the final track race of his career by the skin of his teeth on Thursday, clinching a dramatic 5,000 metres win at the Weltklasse Diamond League after three chasing rivals collided with each other in the last couple of metres...

    World champion Muktar Edris, who beat Farah at the World Championships in London two weeks ago, was among the trio left sprawled on the track in the Briton’s wake as Farah dived over...

  • Farah splits with long-time coach Salazar

    LONDON: Long-distance running star Mohamed Farah is leaving long-time coach Alberto Salazar to return home to Britain but denies the split is related to doping allegations surrounding the Oregon-based guru...

    Farah, who retired from the track earlier this year after a glittering career including 10 gold medals at the Olympics and world championships, is switching his attention to road racing...

  • Farah bids perfect farewell on home soil

    BIRMINGHAM: Mohamed Farah brought down the curtain on his peerless track career in Britain by winning his farewell race on home soil on an emotional afternoon at the Birmingham Grand Prix Diamond League meeting on Sunday...

    Farah, who clocked 56...

  • Farah wins record fourth Great North Run

    SOUTH SHIELDS (England): Britain’s Mohamed Farah announced he will compete in the 2018 London Marathon after winning the Great North Run for a record-breaking fourth successive year on Sunday...

    It will be Farah’s third London Marathon after he took part in the event in 2013 and 2014...

  • UK body to review Salazar-Farah relationship

    LONDON: UK Athletics will conduct a formal review into the relationship between coach Alberto Salazar and British double Olympic champion Mohamed Farah, the ruling body said on Friday...

    The review, which is expected to be completed by the first week in August, comes after a BBC documentary aired last week alleged that Farah’s coach Salazar and US Olympic silver medallist Galen Rupp had violated anti-doping rules...

  • Farah turns back Tanui challenge in 10,000m win

    EUGENE (Oregon): Britain’s Mohamed Farah pulled away on the final lap to win the 10,000m at the Eugene Diamond League athletics meeting on Friday in a season’s best time of 26min 50...

    Farah, Olympic and world champion at 5,000m and 10,000m, held off the determined challenge of Kenyan Paul Tanui to continue a winning streak in the event that stretches back to 2011 — when he took silver in the 10,000m at the world championships...

  • No golden sendoff for Bolt and Farah

    LONDON: Athletics legends Usain Bolt and Mo Farah experienced some of their greatest moments in their careers at the 2012 Olympics in London but five years on, almost to the very night, and back in the same stadium, misery replaced joy on Saturday...

    Then, British distance running hero Farah had broken into Bolt’s lightning bolt pose in this same stadium and the Jamaican track celebrity had reciprocated with the Briton’s trademark...

  • Brilliant Farah maintains domination with epic 10,000m win

    LONDON: Mohamed Farah launched the World Athletics Championships in scintillating fashion on Friday with another consummate 10,000 metres triumph that further embellished his claim to being the greatest distance racer in the sport’s history...

    Farah survived being clipped twice from behind in the final lap, nearly tripping over and being forced to take a step off the track, and he ended with cuts and bruises to his ‘bad legs’ that...

  • Farah missed two drug tests before London Olympics

    LONDON: Distance runner Mohamed Farah missed two drug tests in the lead-up to the 2012 London Olympics, where he won gold medals in the 5,000 and 10,000 metres, a British newspaper reported on Thursday...

    “If you miss another test, they will hang you,” the paper quoted Farah’s American coach, Alberto Salazar, telling the runner in an e-mail in May 2011...

  • Farah denies doping

    LONDON: Britain’s double Olympic champion Mo Farah has denied ever taking performance-enhancing drugs and said rumours and speculation over his career after the revelation that he missed two drugs tests “are completely false”...

    This week Britain’s Daily Mail reported that Farah had missed two out-of-competition doping tests in 2010 and 2011...

  • Furious Farah

    These celebrities and their tantrums! Indian choreographer and director Farah Khan is known for holding back no punches, even when it comes to airlines...

    Just imagine if the BA people knew who Farah K was and had seen her movies! They’d have surely offloaded her...

  • Farah opens season with world-leading mark

    EUGENE: Britain’s double Olympic champion Mohamed Farah surged into the lead with 60 metres remaining to claim victory in the fastest 10,000 metres of the year at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League on Friday...

    Farah shook off a valiant challenge by Kenyan William Sitonik to win his first outdoor race of the year and kept alive a five-year winning streak at the distance as he clocked an Olympic-qualifying time of 26 minutes, 53......

  • Bolt, Farah bury troubles with wins at London Diamond League

    LONDON: Usain Bolt and Mohamed Farah put recent troubles behind them in the London Diamond League meeting with victories on the track where they won five Olympic golds between them in 2012...

    ”Meanwhile, Farah thanked the British public for supporting him through a difficult time after being roared to victory by a 41,000 home crowd in the fastest 3000m time of the year -- his first race on home soil since doping allegations were made...

  • Farah backs banning of Russian athletes from Games

    LONDON: British distance running great Mohamed Farah followed on Friday fellow Olympic gold medalists Usain Bolt and Jessica Ennis-Hill in supporting the banning of Russian track and field athletes from next month’s Olympic Games...

    “We (in Great Britain) have very tight rules and I just wished other countries applied them,” Farah said at a press conference...

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