Trump Muslim Ban May Keep 4-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Sir Mo Farah From Returning Home To His Kids
Olympic champion distance runner Mo Farah is currently training in Ethiopia. A British citizen born in Somalia, he has lived in the United States with his family for the past six years, and his wife and four children are currently at home in Oregon while he is training.
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Somalia's two-strong Olympic team arrives in London
The Somali Olympic team arrives in London ahead of the Olympics. "I am very much excited. It’s un-imaginable that I’m coming from a country destroyed by 21 years of conflict to compete with (players from) serene, peaceful and developed countries that have never seen war." Zamzam will compete in the women's 400 metres and Mohamed Mohamed Hassan will take part in the men's 1,500 metres. Arriving at Heathrow Airport Zamzam said that "Somalia is alive" and she is proud to represent her…
Somali Olympic Team Gains the World's Support on Facebook
Thanks to Facebook, Somalia's two Olympic athletes are gaining supporters from across the globe and bringing hope to the country in need.
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'The Best Moment Of My Life'
Great Britain's Mo Farah celebrates winning the Men's 10,000m final with his daughter Rihanna at the Olympic Stadium, London, on the eighth day of the London 2012 Olympics.
British Hero Mo Farah Wins The 5,000 Meters In A Thrilling Sprint
Mo Farah - I admire him so much. He doesn't brag about success, he's always calm and only gets angry for a reason and doesn't take himself to seriously!
Mo Farah becomes an internet meme as he runs and runs
2012 -- Olympics London Style - Mo Farah is a British national hero. He is the newly crowned Olympic gold medalist in the 5,000-meters and the 10,000-meter races — a first for the U.K. They had a "Golden Mo-Ment!" When Farah was asked if he would rather have run for Somalia, he responded with a curt retort: "Look mate, this is my country!" Jessica Ennis won the heptathlon. She was born to a Jamaican father and a white mother. Thank you for embracing the individual England!!!
Somali-born Farah blew away the field to take the 10,000 meter title and win the gold for Great Britain.