Mo Farah made Team GB proud once again this week after winning two golds in the men's 5,000m & 10,000m in the Rio Olympic Games. The champion athlete, who has become the second person to ever win gold in both races, looked visibly emotional after crossing the finishing line in the the 5,000m race, and greeted his family in the crowd in a sweet moment.
The star seemed to cry with joy after crossing the finishing line in first place on day 15 of the Games, and was all smiles as he donned the Team GB flag and made his trademark 'M' sign in victory.
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Mo gave his daughter Rihanna a kiss in celebration
He was also spotted hugging fellow Great Britain athlete Andrew Butchart, who came in fifth place in the 5000m.
The champion then went into the stands to greet his delighted family, and was spotted giving his daughter Rihanna, who was cheering on her dad, a kiss in celebration.
The star made his trademark 'M' sign after winning
Speaking about his incredible success, Mo said: "It shows I didn't just fluke it in London. To do it again is incredible. I can't believe it." He continued to tell BBC Sport: "It has been a long journey but if you dream of something, have ambitions and are willing to work hard then you can get your dreams."
Following his success in the 10,000m a day later, Mo opened up to reporters about how he was ready to spend some quality time with his four children; Armani, Aisha, Rihanna and Hussain, following Rio, saying: "It's every athlete's dream, but I can't believe it. I just want to go home now and see my beautiful kids and hang my medals around their necks."