The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele broke Mo Farah's course record as he won the London half-marathon.
Mo Farah says he has suffered "financially and emotionally" from his association with disgraced coach Alberto Salazar, who is banned from athletics for four years over doping violations.
British distance-running great Mo Farah has withdrawn from next month's Big Half race in London with an achilles injury, organisers announced.
British Mo Farah says he would have been the first athlete to leave disgraced coach Alberto Salazar's camp had he known he was involved in doping.
A defiant Mo Farah angrily hit back at critics, saying he was never given any banned drugs while a member of the Nike Oregon Project.
Long distance running guru Alberto Salazar has been slapped with a four-year ban after being found guilty of doping violations.
Mo Farah has confirmed he will defend his Chicago Marathon title, a decision that suggests he has ended his flirtation with a return to the track.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge stormed to a record-breaking fourth victory in the London Marathon with the second-fastest time ever seen over the distance.
Athletics icons Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie are locked in a bitter dispute with claims of robbery and an unpaid hotel bill at the heart of the row.
British star Mo Farah could make a surprise return to the track to defend his 10 000m title at the World Championships.
Mo Farah repeatedly denied to the United States Anti-Doping Agency taking a legal supplement prior to the 2014 London Marathon.
Former UK Athletics chief Ed Warner says he tried to convince Mo Farah to leave now-disgraced Alberto Salazar in 2015.
UK Anti-Doping chiefs say that they have not received a request from WADA to retest samples as part of the global body's probe into Alberto Salazar's Oregon Project.
Mo Farah is targeting a return to the track to compete in the 10 000m at next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Britain's four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says he has "no tolerance for anyone who breaks the rules or crosses the line" .
Mo Farah says he has "no regrets" over his decision to skip the world championships in Qatar as he seeks to retain his Chicago Marathon crown.
Mo Farah has turned down the chance to contest the marathon at the world championships, increasing the possibility of a return to the track.
Mo Farah says turning his attention to marathons has helped him get his mojo back as he prepares to take on world record-holder Eliud Kipchoge on the streets of London.
Mo Farah said winning the London Marathon would equate in terms of achievement with the four Olympic and six world track titles he won.
Mo Farah will run next year's London Marathon for the third time, organisers have confirmed.
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