I'm so happy to finish my career in London...where all started!!! I only ever dream to win 1 Olympic medal..!! Ended up with 10 global titles..!!! Thank you London thank you the people for getting behind me every race..!! I missed my family big time!! @taniafarah86 #onemomile#mudaneteam#mudanegroup#mofarah#mobot
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MOHAMED FARAH WILL START THE YEAR 2018 WITH THE DOHA HALF MARATHON IN JANUARY
World and Olympic champion @gomofarah will take part in the Ooredoo Doha Half Marathon on 12 January.
It will be the 34-year-old’s first race of 2018 as he prepares for the @londonmarathon in April where he will take on Olympic champion @kipchogeeliud.
Farah became the first athlete to win three long-distance doubles at successive World Championships and Olympic Games, securing his place in the history books when he won double gold in 5 000m and 10 000m at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
It will also be his first under his new coach, Gary Lough, who coached women’s marathon world record holder @paularadcliffe.
[FRENCH]: MOHAMED FARAH VA COPMENCER L'ANNÉE 2018 EN COURANT LE SEMI MARATHON DE DOHA EN JANVIER
Le champion du monde et olympique @gomofarah participera au semi-marathon Ooredoo de Doha le 12 janvier.
Ce sera la première course de l'année pour l'homme de 34 ans alors qu'il se prépare pour le marathon de Londres en avril où il affrontera le champion olympique Eliud Kipchoge.
Farah est devenu le premier athlète à remporter trois doubles de distance lors des Championnats du monde et des Jeux olympiques successifs, assurant sa place dans les recors de l'histoire lorsqu'il a remporté deux médailles d'or en 5 000 m et 10 000 m aux JO de Rio en 2016.
Ce sera également son premier entraîneur, Gary Lough, qui a entraîné le détenteur du record du monde de marathon féminin, Paula Radcliffe.
Today, am thrilled announced a brand new Guest Editor programme for @natgeo Magazine, exclusively for the U.K. First time a programme like this has been done in our 129 history. Beginning Jan 2018, Twelve notable British figures will work with our editorial team, with the world’s greatest living explorer #SirRannulphFiennes as our first Guest Editor in January, issue out Jan 3rd 2018. @lilycole @gomofarah @archiepanjabi #BrianCox @katiepiper_ KatiePiper #MariaBalshaw and @ellenmacarthurfoundation becoming Guest Editors later in the year, with more names to announce in the coming months. #nationalgeographic#MoFarah#EllenMacArthur#LilyCole#KatiePiper#BrianCox
From one GB international debut to the next! 🇬🇧
We are excited to have two of our athletes (@clarkey1 & @athlete_teuten) selected to represent Great Britain at the Great Edinburgh International Cross Country next year 🙌🏼.
Mo Farah: BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 contender
Age: 34 Sport: Athletics
Year in a nutshell:
Stormed to his third consecutive world 10,000m gold despite almost falling twice late in the race in London in August.
Also won 5,000m silver at the worlds. Won the final track race of his career - over the same distance at a Diamond League event in Zurich - and will now concentrate on road races.
Mo Farah, a four-time Olympic champion, received a knighthood from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in November.
What he said: "It's been a long journey but it's been incredible." #MoFarah#JDSports#Sportspersonalityoftheyear
Okay, so the homie Dimitri over at @Rapxdimitri 🌲is doing a dope little series where he posts awesome pictures with reminiscent rap lyrics, and he did me a solid by sending me a print of this one (Day 15) of @gomofarah @ the 2k17 World Champs in London. Do me a favor and check out his page! ✌️🙏 #mofarah#worldchampionship#drake#runnerspace#iaaf
Mo Farah of Great Britain reacts as he crosses the finishing line to win the men’s 5000m at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium, London, UK on 11 August 2012.
As a sports photographer, it doesn’t get much better than having the Olympics happen in your home town and this moment was probably the highlight of the games for me. This shot is taken with a remote camera and I deliberately kept the framing quite loose to picture the crowd standing up and celebrating in unison with Farah, as he claimed his second gold medal.
Hi everybody, my name in Tom Jenkins (@tomjenkinspix) and I’m a contract photographer with The Guardian and Observer newspapers based in London. I specialise in sports photography and have been lucky enough to cover major events all over the world. Earlier this year I was awarded first prize in the Sports Singles category of the 2017 World Press Photo competition. This week I am taking over the World Press Photo Foundation Instagram feed, during which I’ll be sharing and talking about some of my work. Hope you like them!
Entries for the 2018 Photo Contest are now open! Deadline: 4 January at 12 (noon) CET.
The contest is open to professional photographers and photojournalists, and entry coordinators submitting work on their behalf. It’s free to enter and judged anonymously by an independent jury.
Visit worldpressphoto.org to find out more and register now!
Slowly getting into shape and shaking the cobwebs off from a period of non exercise. Here is what my training schedule looks like for December, and what’s already been done in November. Slowly slowly. Remember it’s a marathon, not a sprint! 😂 This is my aerobic activity, but everyday I’m hitting my core with exercises at home. Lots of people neglect strength and conditioning work when marathon training. It’s not all about hitting the roads and clocking up the miles. Your body needs to be able to handle what you’re about to put it through. #running#londonmarathon2018#mofarah#twentysixpointtwo#nike#bostonmarathon#runfit#getfit#workout