Win lifts Farah hopes
Mo Farah insists he won't save energy for the 5,000m during his 10,000m Olympic bid, as he decides whether to go for a historic double.
The 29-year-old became the first Briton to win a World Championship gold at 5,000m in Daegu last year, a victory that was all the more impressive as it came just days after he was pipped for top spot in the 10,000m.
The Olympic schedule is such that just seven days will separate the two track finals this summer, but Farah is fully focused on doing his best in both events, if he takes the two races on.
When asked about his plans for the Olympic 10,000m, Farah said: "I'll definitely put my eggs in one basket. You can't be thinking that you want a double."
The British ace boosted confidence with victory in the 5,000m at the Diamond League's Prefontaine Classic in Oregon, beating defending Olympic champion Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele, who finished fourth.