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Farah victory crowns golden Games
Mo Farah has secured his place as one of Britain's greatest sportsmen as he claimed an astonishing second gold medal of London 2012.
Victory for the 29-year-old in the 5,000m, seven days after he set the Olympic Stadium alight by winning the 10,000m, topped a golden Games for Britain.
The euphoric Olympic Stadium had little time to recover from the emotion of Farah's run before more history was made when Usain Bolt led the Jamaican 4x100m sprint relay team to gold in a world record time.
A crowd of 80,000, including his heavily pregnant wife Tania and daughter Rihanna, created a deafening noise as Farah won a nailbiting race.
He kissed the track after victory and even started doing sit-ups on the track after the sprint finish.
After the race, Somali-born Farah said simply: "Its unbelievable." He added: "I am just amazed - two gold medals, who would have thought that?" Just five men in Olympic history have previously taken the 5,000m and 10,000m titles at the same Games.
He dedicated both medals to his unborn twins, saying: "Those two medals are to my two girls that are coming. They're not born yet hopefully. They're twins so there's one for each. They could arrive any day." He added: "It's been a long journey grafting and grafting, but anything is possible."
There was also British gold for Hull boxer Luke Campbell, 24, who defeated Ireland's John Joe Nevin in the 56kg bantamweight competition. Home favourite Campbell was cheered on by a passionate local support - equally matched by followers of Nevin. Campbell burst into tears as the crowd chanted "Campbell! Campbell!" After the fight he told the BBC: "I can't believe it, I really can't - I appreciate all the support here and at home in Hull."
And Teenage diving sensation Tom Daley earned his place alongside Team GB's top athletes as he won a bronze medal - taking team GB's tally to 62 - 28 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze.