Published: Mon, July 10, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Mo Farah wins 3000m at Anniversary Games in London

Mo Farah wins 3000m at Anniversary Games in London

This was meant to be the glorious homecoming and for most of his afternoon it was - given that he did what he does so well, which is to run fast and cross the line first.

The four-time Olympic champion thrilled the crowd at the London Stadium on Sunday when he won the 3000 metres at the Anniversary Games in his homeland.

But he continues to be followed by a cloud of suspicion because of his association with Alberto Salazar, his American coach who is under investigation by the US Anti-Doping Agency. Another file attached to the same email published by Russian-linked hackers said the British runner's profile was "now flagged as "normal" with the last sample". It was all delivered with a smile, but the manner was prickly.

"I am so happy right now", said Pearson. I am sick of repeating myself and you guys just making something of nothing. Never will I fail a test.

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"I can only control my legs and what I do, and I know there are a lot of people who support me, behind me, the whole nation", Farah said. It is just a small minority who think to become a success you must be doing something.

"I do have spikes on but they are very petite", Thompson said. That is who I am. I work hard at what I do and I just carry on enjoying what I do. And let you guys do what you do'.

Allyson Felix prepared for the defense of her world 400 title next month with a world-leading run of her own, clocking 49.65 in her first Diamond League race of the year. 'Not at all, ' he said. What I do day in and day out, there are no secrets to what I do. "The people make it for me".

"It's hard because you've just got to push yourself as hard as you can and I knew I wanted to be at the front to dictate the pace and I maybe paid for that a bit in the last 100m".

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After years of campaigning for a race walk to be included at a Diamond League event, Tom Bosworth seized his opportunity in London and smashed the one-mile world record to finish in 5min 31.08sec and earn himself a $15,000 bonus in the process.

The 24-year-old came home second behind Kenya's Hellen Obiri in four minutes and 18.03 seconds - a personal best for the distance but not as quick as Budd's four minutes and 17.57 seconds.

The latter's opening effort of 6.88 was a season's best, but it was also a costly effort as she was clearly in immediate discomfort with what looked like an ankle injury, forcing her to pull out of the competition at that point. It's still a PB for me. 'I was exhausted in the last 100 metres but considering I was putting two races together in the last four days, I'm very happy'.

A trio of Brits contested the men's 200m with Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake finishing the fastest in 20.30s, ahead of Zharnel Hughes and Danny Talbot, who both ran 20.33 for fifth.

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And in the men's race there was a win for CJ Ujah, who stopped the clock in 10.02s to equal his season's best ahead of James Dasaolu, with Harry Aikines-Aryteey in fourth and Richard Kilty in seventh.

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