IMAGE: Gold medalist Mo Farah of Britain. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters. Britain's Mo Farah warned he aims to keep winning after becoming the first man in 40 years to retain the two Olympic distance crowns. "It never gets old," beamed the 33-year-old after capturing his second successive 5,000m title on Saturday, winning the Rio final in 13min 3.30sec to emulate Finland'sLasse Viren, who did the double at the 1972 and 1976 Games. "Mentally I had to be on ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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'I would not be running had it not been for the army.''I learned to value my time only after I was posted in Kashmir.''I was posted there for three months. In those three months I learned everything about life.' From a simple family in the hills of Bageshwar district in Uttrakhand to making it to the Olympics, Nitendra Singh Rawat has come a long way. A Havaldar in the 6th Kumaon Regiment, he started running the marathon just a year-and-a-half ago. Now he is set for the biggest race of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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