Mo Farah wins silver in

Mo Farah wins silver in

Mo Farah wins silver in

The four-time Olympic champion failed to mount a third defence of the 5000m as Ethiopia's Muktar Edris claimed gold in London on Saturday.

Britain's Farah kicked again to take silver at the London Stadium in his final major track championships.

Sir Mo Farah missed out on his dream double after coming second in the 5000 metres at the World Championships.

The 34-year-old, whose winning run in the 5,000m at Olympics and world finals stretched back to 2011, fought desperately to claw back the deficit in the finishing straight but Edris held on to win in 13min 32.79sec.

Chelimo, a native of Kenya who now lives in OR and is a member of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete program, finished in 13:33.30.

2004 Olympic 4x100m relay champion Darren Campbell: "There are athletes out there who have won more medals, but the quality of those medals and for Mo to have led an event on his own. wow".

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"It's been unbelievable. It's been a long journey but it's been incredible", said Farah who was embraced by his fans as he made his way around the stadium on a lap of honour, stopping to sign autographs and pose for "selfies".

"They had the game plan - one of them was going to sacrifice themselves".

I have won the gold in front of his home crowd. That's what they did tonight, and the better man won on the day.

Bekele, a year older than Farah at 35, won nine global golds, once went unbeaten for eight years at 10,000 metres, won 11 world cross-country titles and now holds the second-fastest marathon time in history (2 hours 3 minutes 3 seconds). "I did the Mobot out of respect as well for him". I gave it all.

"It doesn't quite hit you until you compete here until after crossing the line and having a few minutes to myself, you realise this is it".

Meanwhile, Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Morgan Lake finished fifth and sixth respectively in the women's high jump.

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