Farah set for track return
Mo Farah says his enthusiasm for athletics remains as strong as ever after his stunning double gold medal Olympic success.
The 29-year-old, whose wife Tania gave birth to twins in London on Friday, is back on the track in the Birmingham Aviva Grand Prix this weekend, and he says his summer exploits so far have only served to increase his appetite for the sport.
The 5,000 and 10,000 metres Olympic champion said: "I'm still training hard. As an athlete, when you are at the top there are more people who want to beat you, more people hungry.
"It's important that I stay motivated and keep training. I've got a great team around me and if I'm not doing the work they keep telling me.
With his new family to look after and all the attention that has come his way since his incredible efforts earlier this month, Farah has been busier than normal but he is happy with the direction his life is heading.
"Everything's going well, it just means I have been a bit busier," he added.
"The last two weeks have been really hectic. When I completed the 10,000m it was important I rested up and came back for the 5,000m and after I won that everything went crazy."