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MailOnlineDevastated Farah weeps on the track after finishing second

Devastated Farah weeps on the track after finishing second

Sir Mo Farah made his last ever track appearance tonight, racing the 5,000k at the World Athletics Championships in London. He came in a disappointing second place.

Reported by MailOnline • Saturday, August 12, 2017

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