Mo Farah falls and still wins the men’s 10,000m gold and makes histor
Mo Farah overcame a tumble to become the first British athlete to win three Olympic golds on the track with a thrilling victory in the 10,000m final in Rio.The 33-year-old powered through to the front in the final 100m to win in 27 minutes and five seconds.Kenya’s Paul Tanui took silver, with Ethiopia’s Tamirat Tola in bronze.Farah moved back into the race quickly, seemingly unaffected by the fall. As the race progressed, three Kenyans — Kamworor, Bedan Muchiri, and Paul Tanui — pushed the pace. Then Yigrem Demelash and Tamirat Tola took over the lead, picking up the pace each lap.
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