I am just grateful I have a British passport and a country here.

Mo Farah

Mo Farah

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: British

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I try to be honest in what I do and in everything I do. I try to be honest with my family.

What drives me is winning medals and going out there and enjoying it.

If I didn't have the family and everything, I wouldn't be where I am.

I'd love to work with children. I've set up the charity, and that's going well. We've got a lot of projects we're doing in Somalia, so I'd like to see how we're doing there.

Obviously, I believe in clean sport and want to do all that I can, but at the same time, you can only control yourself.

I work every day hard. I put my body through hell. Let me tell you, every year, seven months of the year, I don't see my family. Year in, year out. I miss my kids. Kid's birthdays, anniversaries. I'll never be able to go back and be with my family.

President Donald Trump seems to have made me an alien.

If I look back down the years, how I was treated as a kid, if it wasn't for the teachers at my school, then I wouldn't have achieved what I have. You have to look where you came from, and we do need to get more parents involved, more running clubs and more schools. They can make a difference.

I've become someone else, really, like a role model.

What I do, it's part of my job, but you want to bring your kids up the right way and give them everything - to be there for them and have that connection.

My first Olympics memory was watching Haile Gebrselassie in Sydney 2000. His sprint finish to defend his title really moved me.

Social media can be dangerous. People hide behind their computers and write negative things, so I like to keep it about communicating with my fans.

Let me do what I do best. And that's to run and represent my country and make my country proud.

I'm probably a lot more closer in the 1500m to the world record than I am in the 5000m.