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Mo Farah has admitted he could miss the 2014 Commonwelath Games to focus on the London Marathon

Double Olympic Gold medalist Mo Farah could miss 2014 Commonwealth Games to focus on London Marathon

Farah, who lit up the Olympic Stadium last summer, has admitted that the Games in Glasgow are not on his list and his participation depends on how the Marathon goes

Wilson Kipsang celebrates his record-breaking victory in Berlin on Sunday

Wilson Kipsang smashes world record and says: I can go faster

Kenyan breaks the previous record by 15 seconds

Farah is the current Olympic and world champion in the 5,000m and 10,000m

Mo Farah thinks about going for golden treble in Rio

Mo Farah could conceivably target a golden treble at the next Olympics, according to the great Ethiopian runner Haile Gebrselassie.

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'Extraordinarily rare and unusual' bowel disorder killed marathon man, inquest told

Less severe ischemic colitis is treated with IV fluids, but the over 60s are most at risk

Paralympics: Marathon man Hallam dies

Chris Hallam MBE, one of the pioneers of disabled sport, has died. The Welshman won medals for swimming and wheelchair racing in the 1988, 1992 and 1996 Paralympic Games.

Cyclists pass The Ritz during the London to Surrey race that attracted 17,000 participants

Britain saddles up to show its love affair with the bike is going strong

17,000 cyclists take over London to ride the Olympic course. Simon Usborne joined them

David Weir on his way to victory in the men’s T54 mile during the Anniversary Games

Anniversary Games: David Weir’s successful repeat brings down the curtain on return to Olympic Stadium

Londoner shakes off indifferent 2013 form to electrify 60,000 crowd with T54 mile triumph

David Weir celebrating another gold, this time in the 1500 metres

Anniversary Games: David Weir goes in search of a reality check a year on from Paralympic glory

He watches the races over and over and still can’t believe it. Now Britain’s golden paralympian returns to the scene of his triumphs

'We stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Boston': David Cameron visits marathon bomb blast memorial site on US visit

David Cameron declared today that Londoners stood “shoulder to shoulder” with the people of Boston as he visited the site of last month’s marathon bomb blast.

Mo Farah runs as he completes his half-marathon

Mo Farah patient over London Marathon success

Double Olympic champion fancies a crack at Steve Jones' 28-year-old British record of two hours seven minutes 13 seconds

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson was overlooked as the new chair of Sport England

Paralympian rejected for Sport England role

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson was overlooked as the new chair of Sport England yesterday, amid claims that her appointment, which had originally been approved by the selection panel, would have been “too political”.

Tanni Grey Thompson, the 11 time paralympic gold medallist

Page 3 Profile: Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, paralympic gold-medalist

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Mo Farah eager to emulate the great flying Finn Lasse Viren

Mo Farah will return to London next year to make his marathon debut proper but beyond that it is the extraordinary exploits of the flying Finn Lasse Viren, the greatest distance runner in Olympic history, that offer a clue to the possible long-term ambition of the Briton.

A 30-second silence marked the start of the London Marathon in an expression of solidarity for the victims of the atrocities in Boston.

London Marathon 2013: From Buzz Lightyear to Ed Balls, London’s runners get home safe amid heightened security

Competitors observe a 30-second silence before the start of the men's elite race and runners  have been encouraged to wear black ribbons

Mo Farah was nearly late for today's London marathon after apparently oversleeping

Olympic hero Mo Farah nearly late for the London Marathon

The Londoner will run only half of today's course

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