Mo Farah…Olympic Gold medalist at 5000 and 10000 meters recently set a world record in the 100m sack race running 39.91. Out of curiousity to find out how difficult these obscure records maybe I had the help of my brother, sisters, and others in staging an unofficial world record attempt. 178 more words
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Mo Farah will not compete for Team England at the Commonwealth Games after withdrawing from the Glasgow event due to illness.
The double Olympian had previously confirmed he would participate in the competition despite struggling with his preparations, but has now pulled out having failed to make a full recovery. 258 more words
It’s a confusing old world for the older plodder. When I was a lad, you drank Adam’s Ale to recover from a long hot run. From a tap, you understand, not some trendy microbrewery. 302 more words
England and Scotland both enjoyed a golden start on the first day of the Commonwealth Games.
Both nations enjoyed multiple success, with England topping the medal tally with six golds and Scotland in third place on the table with four. 582 more words
England’s Mo Farah has been forced to pull out of the Commonwealth Games after failing to recover sufficiently from a recent illness.
Farah was admitted to hospital with abdominal pains earlier this month and missed the recent Diamond League meeting in Glasgow but had subsequently been cleared to return to training. 114 more words