Muktar Edris of Ethiopia celebrates winning the final ahead of Mohammed Farah of Great Britain. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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British athletics legend Mo Farah was hailed by the British media Sunday despite his glorious track career ending with defeat in the 5,000-meter world championships final.Although his silver medal performance was pushed out of the limelight by the drama of the men's 4x100-meter relay, which saw fellow legend Usain Bolt collapse with cramp on his own swan song as Britain pulled off a remarkable victory, as well as the thrilling opening of the Premier League season, Farah still commanded many column inches.However, Farah, who has had a tense relationship with large sections of the British media over the questions raised by his loyalty to controversial United States-based coach Alberto Salazar, would have been happier with what followed.The Mail On Sunday headlined their tale of Farah's final bow "Oh Mo!"
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