File -This picture taken on August 24, 2014, Britain's Mo Farah celebrates after winning the men's 2 mile race during the Diamond League Athletics meeting in Birmingham. AFP PHOTO/CARL COURT
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British track great Mo Farah became the first home runner to win the men's Great North Run race since Steve Kenyon in 1985 as he won a duel with Kenyan and former training partner Mike Kigen in Newcastle Sunday.Both were given the same time of 1 hour dead which is a personal best for Farah.Farah, who plans to spend 10 days holidaying on British entrepreneur Richard Bransons's private island Necker, said his main aim next year would be the world championships in Beijing.Fast improving British runner Gemma Steele produced an eye-catching performance in taking second in a new personal best taking several notable scalps in the process in the shape of Olympic champion Tiggy Gelani, who was third, and this year's London Marathon champion Edna Kiplagat.
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