How fast does Sir Mo Farah run, what are the Olympic champion's world records and what is his net worth? | The Sun

SIR MO FARAH has recently revealed the real story of how he came to be in the UK as a child.

The double double Olympic gold medallist told the BBC in a documentary that he was brought over illegally by a woman he did not know, and that Mo Farah isn't his real name.

Farah also added that his father was killed in the civil war on Somaliland, while his mother has never even been to the UK.

Despite all of that, Farah turned out to be one of Britain's most decorated Olympians.

How fast does Mo Farah run?

Farah, 39, was born in Somalia and moved to Britain at the age of nine.

The running superstar won gold in the 5km and 10km at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games.

His personal best over 5km is 12mins 53.11secs, recorded in Monaco in 2011.

While Sir Mo's best 10km (6.2miles) time is 26mins 46.57secs, also recorded in 2011.

He is the British record holder in both events as well as in the 3,000 metres, 7mins 32.62secs, and two miles, 8mins 7.85secs.

Sir Mo is British and European record holder over 1500metres with a time of 3mins 28.81secs.

In September 2020 he broke the world record for a 1 hour run – clocking in 21,330 metres (13.25 miles).

Over the course of a marathon (26.2miles), his best time is 2hour 5min 11secs, set in Chicago in 2018.

He hopes to defend his 10,000metres title at the rescheduled Olympics in Tokyo 2021

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What is his net worth?

Farah has a net worth of approximately £4million.

In 2013 Farah was awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours list for services to athletics.

He was knighted by the Queen in the 2017 New Year Honours.

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