London 2017: Farah finishes with 5000m silver

Bolt defeat proves'anything is possible, says 5,000m favourite Farah

Sir Mo Farah emotional as track career nears the end

Farah had been aiming to complete a historic 10,000m-5,000m double in his last ever major championships but could only take silver in a thrilling race.

The four-time Olympic champion failed to mount a third defence of the 5000m as Ethiopia's Muktar Edris claimed gold in London on Saturday.

The 34-year-old Farah was competing in an 11th consecutive global final - 10 of which yielded gold medals - but was outsprinted by Edris in the final 200m.

2005 marathon world champion Paul Radcliffe: "Mo Farah just doesn't have the pace in his legs anymore to be able to live with challengers like that but this isn't the end of Mo Farah in athletics".

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Farah had won the 10,000m on the opening night - but it was not to be in the 5,000m.

However, Muktar Edris of Ethiopia broke with his compatriot Yomif Kejelcha on the last lap and though the latter faded Farah was unable to chase down Edris and had to settle for a battling silver.

2004 Olympic 4x100m relay champion Darren Campbell: "There are athletes out there who have won more medals, but the quality of those medals and for Mo to have led an event on his own. wow".

"It's been a long journey but it's been incredible", Farah added.

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Farah embraced his family and then took a lap of honour to soak up the adulation of his home crowd, but as with his great friend and fellow legend Usain Bolt, he was denied the win he so desperately wanted in his last individual outing.

Farah, who had not lost a final in 2,176 days, having also won the 10,000m and 5,000m at the 2013 and 2015 World Championships, crossed the line in 13 minutes 33.22 seconds. "I did the Mobot out of respect as well for him".

One of them was going to sacrifice himself, and that's what they did. I gave it all.

"I got boxed in early on (in the final charge) - it doesn't normally happen - and couldn't get out".

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