IF Mo Farah meets the British public's expectations in August, he will be standing on top of the podium singing God Save The Queen with the nation's first Olympic 10,000m gold medal hanging around his neck.
The pressure to outperform his east African rivals on home soil might have reduced many to tears by now but he is one tough nut. He is also across the other side of the world, getting fitter and faster, and can't hear what is being said about him. Moreover, he doesn't want to know.
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