News Archive: Sir Mo Farah

Back to half marathon roots for Sir Mo

7th March 2021
7th March 2021 – Having spent the past seven weeks at his training base in Ethiopia, Sir Mo Farah (GBR) felt it was time to test himself and see where his fitness lay by racing in the inaugural Djibouti Half Marathon.  The race had special… Read More →

Larne victory for Mo

12th September 2020
12th September 2020 – Just one week after breaking the World 1 Hour record on the track, Sir Mo Farah (GBR) was back breaking records on the road. The team at the Antrim Coast Half Marathon had done an incredible job to ensure their race… Read More →

Sir Mo back on track

4th September 2020
4th September 2020 – In his first track race for three years, Sir Mo Farah (GBR) broke the world one-hour record at the World Athletics Diamond League meeting in Brussels. The thirteen-year-old record, previously held by Haile Gebrselassie stood at 21,285m meaning that Mo needed… Read More →

Six of the best for Sir Mo

8th September 2019
8th September 2019 – Sir Mo Farah (GBR) made history on Sunday morning by winning the Great North Run for a record sixth time. The largest half marathon in the world (57,000 runners) was run for the 39th time in near perfect conditions and a… Read More →

Bolt leads World XI to victory

16th June 2019
16th June 2019 – Usain Bolt (JAM) and Sir Mo Farah (GBR) were both named captains for their respective teams as a Rest of the World XI took on an England XI for this year’s SoccerAid event. The teams were made up of stars from… Read More →