Last summer Mo Farah became the first British man to win a world distance title, taking gold in the 5,000m, along with 10,000m silver. He tells RW why he's ready to top the podium in London.Did you expect to win two medals at the Daegu World Champs last year?I was confident I wou...
into a grin of acceptance and sits up to allow for better pictures.Usain Bolt is back on message.From runner to world iconThe last time RW interviewed Usain Bolt, he had just broken the 100m world record for the first time (New York, May 2008), and did so
be broken. World Championship medals are also fantastic but only in the world of track and field. Outside the world of athletics the Worlds don’t really have a big following.“When I do interviews with non-sports media they have no idea that in Berlin [World
to start an interview but, as is soon apparent, if there's one thing the multi-talented 25-year-old athlete doesn't do with aplomb, it's dull.We've just met at St Pancras station in London. Jess has arrived by train from her home in Sheffield and is on her
way to start an interview but, as is soon apparent, if there's one thing the multi-talented 25-year-old athlete doesn't do with aplomb, it's dull.We've just met at St Pancras station in London. Jess has arrived by train from her home in Sheffield
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