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Équipe Olympique Somalie

Dail Mail editor on suicide watch as rumours of Mo Farah knighthood circulate -- There are genuine fears for the editor of The Daily Mail after a Somali born Muslim Immigrant ran to a double double victory at the Rio Olympics securing the title of Britain’s greatest ever track athlete and the greatest ever distance runner with four Olympic Gold Medals. Before Mo Farah... -- #Dailymail, #MoFarah, #Rio2016 --

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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…

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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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Mo Farah, the people's hero, shows mindset of true warrior to win double Olympic gold

Mo Farah, the people’s hero, shows mindset of true warrior to win double Olympic gold. In a homestead in Somaliland the eldest brother of Mo Farah set out on a four-mile walk to the nearest village with electricity to see whether the new Olympic 10,000 metre champion could add the 5,000m title to his collection... and he did.

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UNHCR - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

{ AN OLYMPIC DREAM, SHATTERED: SAMIA'S STORY } #UNHCRTracks .... "After competing for Somalia in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Samia Yusuf Omar was determined to return to the track at the 2012 London Games. Yet there is no happy ending to this remarkable young woman’s quest for Olympic glory.".....

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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.

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Three British athletes won gold medals in Olympic Stadium in 44 minutes on Saturday, Aug. 4, to produce the signature night of the London Games: Jessica Ennis, above, won the heptathlon, Greg Rutherford won the long jump, and Mo Farah won the 10,000 meters. (The Somali-born Farah also won the 5,000 meters on the final Saturday.) Counting two golds from the rowers and another from women's track cycling, Britain's total for the day was six.

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!!!