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
- previous winners have included running royalty Mo Farah, Paula Radcliffe and Sonia O’Sullivan.Find out more.
2012; everyone is working so hard. But I would especially like to see Jess [Jess Ennis], Phil [Phillips Idowu], Mo [Mo Farah] and Dai [Dai Greene] walk away with a medal.I switch off from the pressure by vegging out with my boyfriend and watching bad TV
to be hard for her, as she’s got some good competition but it’s great to see her in good shape. The two hurdlers, Dai Greene and Perri Shakes-Drayton are also in for a chance.I’ve got tickets to Mo Farah’s 10,000m, I’m really excited about that.I race now
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