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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Southern
09:32, 18 DEC 2017
Hounslow hero Mo Farah shocked after winning BBC Sports Personality of the Year
Having recently moved back to London from the United States, where he has been based for several years, Farah did not attend the event at Liverpool's Echo Arena
Sir Mo Farah sets his sights high ahead of 2020 Olympics in Tokyo
The 34-year-old was speaking after receiving his knighthood from the Queen at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday
Sir Mo Farah to run London Marathon in 2018
World and Olympic champion to take part in third London Marathon next year
Mo Farah mural appears in Feltham in bid to inspire next generation of sporting heroes
Artist Richard Wilson hopes the Feltham community will be inspired by the artwork
Donald Trump travel ban: Calls for Westminster Council to scupper president's state visit
Opposition leader Adam Hug said the new US visa policy is a 'direct attack on the freedoms of a significant number of Westminster residents'
Hounslow's Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah says Trump's Muslim ban is "deeply troubling"
The new strict US policy has made the athlete feel "like an alien"
Rio Olympics: What else could be turned gold in Hounslow to honour Mo Farah's double double?
From wheelie bins to Brentford's new stadium, we ask what should follow gold medallist Mo's Isleworth postbox in being painted gold
Rio 2016: Hounslow hero Mo Farah honoured by knighthood calls as he plans to quit the track after London 2017
The long distance runner was given a CBE after his success four years ago and there have been calls to give Britain’s most successful Olympic athlete a knighthood
Rio 2016: Arise Sir Mo Farah? Calls for Hounslow hero to be knighted after incredible double double
How best to honour the pride of west London?
Rio 2016: Hounslow hero Mo Farah completes the Olympic double double with 5,000m win
A week after picking himself off the track following a trip to claim 10,000m gold, Farah avoided any such drama and burst clear down the home straight
Rio 2016: Hounslow's tired Mo Farah admits he's had 'wake-up call' ahead of 5,000m
West London's supreme Olympic running champion was put through the mill in the qualifying race that heralds a tilt for a fantastic fourth gold medal
What have Hounslow Olympic champion Mo Farah and Samuel L Jackson got in common?
Both leaders in their field - you'll be surprised what an Oscar nominated actor and the world's most famous distance running star share
Sporting heroes back Mayor's #LondonIsOpen campaign
Following Brexit, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is keen to tell the world 'London is Open' for business
Hounslow icon Mo Farah heads to Rio Olympics in fine form after London Anniversary Games triumph
The 33-year-old ran the fastest 5,000m of the year so far on his return to the scene of his London 2012 heroics
Hounslow's Mo Farah puts doping doubts to one side to bask in Olympic Stadium glory once again
The double Olympic champion, back at the venue where he claimed his most famous victories, was cheered to the rafters when in sight of the fans
Hounslow's Mo Farah in fresh controversy
Long distance runner refuses to bury the hatchet with Andy Vernon
Hounslow's Mo Farah insists he is '100 per cent clean'
Double Olympic champion would sever ties with under-fire Alberto Salazar if allegations proven
Mo Farah used to be a bad loser, says former PE teacher
Alan Watkinson, who is trying to improve sporting opportunities for young people in west London, says the double Olympic champion had "anger management issues" when they first met
Sports stars of the future look to Olympic hero to Mo-tivate them
World champion Farah launches Hounslow based project.
Mo-tivator Mo Farah returns to inspire young people in Hounslow
Double Olympic and European gold medallist Mo Farah returns to Feltham Community College to launch sports scheme for Hounslow's youngsters