“Mo Farah: No Easy Mile,” a documentary film on the four-time Olympic champion, will be released in Great Britain on Dec. 5.
In Rio, Farah became the second runner to sweep the Olympic 5000m and 10,000m in multiple Games, joining Finland’s Lasse Viren.
Farah, 33, is expected to retire from track running after the London World Championships in August and focus on road running.
He finished eighth at the 2014 London Marathon in his only 26.2-mile race to date.
Farah was born in Somalia, raised in Great Britain and trains in Oregon.
Telling the incredible life story of one of Britain’s most successful athletes and arguably our countries greatest ever Olympian, Mo Farah opens the doors to his home and gives us a personal insight into his life, enabling us to see a side of him never seen before.
Join Mo, his family, and his team in the build up to and throughout the Rio Olympic Games, looking back over his career and remarkable personal journey from Somalia to four-time GB Olympic Champion.
Mo reflects on the most memorable, emotional and impactful moments of his life, with contributions from his closest family, friends and sporting peers including Usain Bolt, Thierry Henry, Lord Sebastian Coe, Halie Gebreselassie, Alberto Salazar and Tania Farah.
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