Mo shows he's still the best across 10,000m

Last updated at 07:39
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A packed stadium in London cheered the British athlete to his third consecutive world 10,000 metre gold

Mo Farah has once again shown he is a force to be reckoned with after winning his 3rd world 10,000 metres gold in a row.

The Somali born British athlete fought hard against a strong field and even came close to falling over twice in the exciting race.

But in his usual style, he pulled away on the final stretch to take home the gold.

With his retirement edging closer, Mo will be working hard to end on a high.

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Mo didn't have an easy race but said after that "Anything is possible in life if you train hard."

In second place was Uganda's Joshua Cheptegei and Kenyan, Paul Tanui in third.

Both put huge pressure on Mo throughout the race and showed they were serious competition to the British champion.

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A relaxed Mo hanging out with two of his children after his 10,000 metre victory

Mo will no doubt be chuffed with the result and be hungry for more gold medals before he hangs up his spikes.

Go Mo!