Britain's Mo Farah makes the Mobot before a men's 5000-meter first round heat during the World Athletics Championships in London Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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British track legend Mo Farah sauntered into the 5,000-meter world final Wednesday looking good to sign off his brilliant track championship career with a fifth successive global title double.Farah, who is unbeaten in 5,000-meter global finals since winning the 2011 world crown, admitted to being tired but said he took his lead off a Kenyan catchphrase.Farah was content to hang out the back in the early stages but moved onto the fastest man in the world this year Muktar Edris' shoulder with 10 laps remaining.Up front was Spain's Morocco-born Illias Fifa ahead of 16-year-old Ugandan Jacob Kiplimo who then took on the pace with seven laps to the tape – Farah moving up to second behind the youngster.
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