I loved that race. A great way for Farah to go out. But you don't think Edris gave equal effort? He went sprawling to the track.
Facts is facts wrote:
I could not believe that final 100m.
PEDs or not, nothing can give a guy guts like that.
He is the GOAT of effort. Indisputable.
because he won a zurich diamond league 5,000m?
I think the debate has been settled: Mo Farah is the GOAT!
Yeah, it took Hicham El Guerrouj to beat Bekele.....and after that, he never really lost until being injured for almost 2 years after 2009 and trying to comeback in 2011 unsuccefully
Cheptegui of Uganda and Kamworor, Tanui, Muchiri of Kenya, Kejelcha and Barega of Ethiopia all combined to help Edris of Ethiopa win a global gold medal ahead of the better athlete.
That's what it took to beat Mo.
Did it take that much work to wrestle a gold from Bekele or Gebreselssie?
I think Chelimo actually had the most speed the last 100m but didn't have room and therefore just tried to push through
What a finish.
I was sitting there pretty bummed no one was running fast until that final lap and then I was amazed with it.
Mo delivers one last kick in the balls to the perennially butthurt LRC
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