Jane Deith profiles Mo Farah.
This week he became the first British man - and only second man ever - to hold the Olympic and World 10,000m and 5,000m titles.
He was born in Somalia and moved to Britain as a young boy, where his athletic journey began. But it was an unusual one for such a successful athlete - he needed cajoling, ran the wrong way in cross-country races and enjoyed playing to the crowd.
Mo Farah was born to run. But he wasn't destined to win.
Producer: Helena Merriman.