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License Agreement. Click here to manage your subscription. The software is a fully functional demo that will expire in one year. Please contact support for more information.Mo Farah’s disbelief at winning gold in the 5,000m at the Moscow World Championships on Sunday has deepened after he was given a standing ovation by the stands at the Olympic Stadium in London.

Farah, the most successful athlete of the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games, dramatically pulled away from the rest of the field in the closing stages of the men’s 5,000m final in Moscow, crossing the line in a time of 13 minutes, 11.42 seconds – an Olympic record and only four seconds off the world record.

Afterwards, Farah was visibly moved by the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) paying tribute to him for his contribution to Italian sport, but was visibly surprised at the boos and whistles of the crowd as he tried to make his way past to the podium.

“People said I’d be booed when I came to London last time and now I’m booed again,” Farah told BBC Sport.

“I know I’ve made a difference in Italian sport – to me that was the first time. I was in a different country, had different people, and I know I was able to impact on people’s lives and I’ve done it again.

“When people are booing I’m surprised – the situation I’m in is really good and I’m really grateful.”

As well as being the only runner who has won consecutive 5,000m titles, Farah became the first man to win the race on the new, synthetic cross-country surface at World Championships level when he pulled away from the field at the half way mark.

“I knew I’d have some support over the last few laps but I didn’t expect to be given a standing ovation,” Farah said.

“It didn’t sink in when I went over the line. I couldn’t believe it


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