• Mo Farah defends 10,000m Olympic title in style
Great Britain's Mo Farah joined the greats in history of distance running after he successfully defended his Olympic 10,000m title in Rio on Saturday.
Despite a fall early in the race Mo Farah was able to recover and win the men's 10,000m in 27.05.17 and become the 5th man in history to successfully defend 10,000m Olympic crown.
Kenya's Paul Tanui won silver with a time of 27:05.64, while Ethiopia's Tamirat Tola took bronze in 27:06.26.
Farah is also became first British athlete to win three Olympic gold medals.
"I've won an Olympic gold for three of my children," Farah told BBC. "Now I'd like to win the 5,000m gold for my little boy." he added.
Men's 10000m top results | See full men's 10,000m results here>>
|2||Paul Kipngetich TANUI||KEN||27:05.64||SB|
|6||Joshua Kiprui CHEPTEGEI||UGA||27:10.06||PB|
|7||Bedan Karoki MUCHIRI||KEN||27:22.93|
|10||Abraham Naibei CHEROBEN||BRN||27:31.86||PB|