It's doesn't just come overnight, you've got to train for it and believe in yourself; that's the most important thing.

Mo Farah

Mo Farah

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: British

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I've shown that if you dream and are willing to work hard, you can achieve your dreams.

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

This picture has been painted of me. It's not right. I am 100% clean.

You try and help something, and later on it bites you, so it's a hard decision, but as a country, as a nation, people need our help.

Every race is different. If you come down the home straight neck and neck, the crowd cheering for you can decide the race.

It has been a long journey, but if you dream and have the ambition and want to work hard, then you can achieve.

Everybody in middle-distance running knows each other, and we all know what we are capable of.

I've got four kids, so I plan ahead. I have to book flights far in advance, look at accommodation, where it is, what you can and can't do. Same in running.

Everything happens for a reason, so you shouldn't get wound up.

In America... it's not divided, but with Trump now, it's like you are asking for trouble. We wouldn't dare to say any of the things he is saying in our country and get away with it. It's just... blasphemy.

I work so hard for what I do. To achieve what I have has taken me half of my life to be able to achieve what I have achieved. And for people to think I have taken a shortcut, it's not right, and it's not fair.

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 wished for just one medal as a junior.

I was running sub-13 minutes for 5,000 when I was still coached by Alan Storey, and I won double gold at the Europeans in 2010.