Double Olympic champion Mon Farah who has continue their good performance just ahead for the Rio Games. They break David Moorcroft’s 34 Year old Record in the 3000m race at Diamond League meeting in Birmingham which was held on 5th june 2016 Sunday.
Farah already became the gold medallist in 2012 London Olympics games in the 5000m and 1000m race. They won the game in 7:32:62 seconds and beat the earlier records of Moorcroft’s of 1982 Year of 7:32:79 seconds.
Farah Added :”That’s incredible… I thought I’d just missed it. It was a bit tight on the last lap, I had to dig in,”
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On this match before Former Olympic and World heavyweight Champion Mohammed Ali who died on Friday on 74 Year for that a minute’s Applause for the great men.
“He was a big hero of mine and I send all my condolences to his family and friends,” said Somali-born Farah, who will defend his titles in Rio in August.
She also added “We have tried to get it 100 percent ready in time. Sadly I have made it worse on the first landing and I am currently unable to move my neck,” he said.”The doctor thinks it is a bad whiplash but it won’t affect my Olympic bid. I am positive the British Athletics medical staff will be able to fix it over the next week.”