Intense competition at Gatwick, Manchester and Reykjavik
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My parents were... timid towards the world. They passed that on, very much.
Mo Farah looks set to focus solely on the 10,000 metres at the World Championships in Daegu next month.
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Mo Farah feels in the best shape of his career as he targets World Championship glory this year.
Mo Farah's European 10,000 metres record was yesterday described as "truly world class" by the UK's athletics chief Charles van Commenee.
Mo Farah smashed the European 10,000 metres record in winning the Prefontaine Classic at the Eugene Diamond League meeting in Oregon. The 28-year-old Londoner's time of 26min 46.57sec wiped nearly six seconds off the Belgian Mohammed Mourhit's mark of 26:52.30 set in 1999, and also eclipsed Jon Brown's 13-year-old British record of 27:18.14.