"When I run for my country, it is the country where I've grown up in and where I have done everything," Farah said.
"I'm almost 31 and for the majority of my life I've been in the UK and gone to school here and learned everything, so for me it is completely different.
"There are a few Kenyans who have run for their country in World Championships and Olympics, then six months later have run for another country. It's not good. When you run for your country you should be proud for your country.
"You shouldn't be able to change because you could make more money by running for different countries."
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