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Farah denied final gold by Ethiopian Edris

12 August 2017

Edris timed his jump to perfection to take a well-deserved win, his first gold medal at the World Championships.

Just as five years ago when he completed the first of his two Olympic distance doubles on the second Saturday of the programme to deafening acclaim in the same stadium, a 55,000 crowd roared on the home hero.

That Farah gave it his all is undeniable: likewise that Muktar Edris of Ethiopia was the better runner on the night, getting in front of Farah on the last lap and simply never surrendering.

Sir Mo had fought desperately to claw back the deficit in the finishing straight but Edris held on to win in 13 minutes and 32.79 seconds. "I think I have gained a lot of experience after this race", he added.

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Farah sat near the front of the group from the start, while Paul Chelimo pushed a hellish pace in the opening laps.

"I have a few more races on the track and then I will take a short break and then this chapter of my life is closed". They worked as a team.

"Tactically, I was trying to cover every move", said Farah, after being consoled by his wife and four children at trackside.

Now aged 34, old though certainly not ancient, Farah had only lost one of his 23 races at 5,000m since moving to Alberto Salazar, still under investigation by the US Anti-Doping Agency into his methods of training at the Nike Oregon Project.

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It is also about Kenya's bid to end 12-year gold drought in men's 5,000m, which Benjamin Kipkoech Limo last won in Helsinki, Finland, in 2005.

And in each of the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and the 2013 and 2015 World Championships, that has meant doubling up over the two longest track championship distances.

Govindan Lakshmanan ran his personal best but it was still not enough for him to qualify for the final round of the men's 5000m race in the World Athletics Championships.

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Farah denied final gold by Ethiopian Edris