Mo Farah beaten in his last ever track race

Muktar Edris of Ethiopia got the better of Mo Farah

Muktar Edris of Ethiopia got the better of Mo Farah

It was the great man's first defeat in a major championship race since the 2011 world 10,000 meters final when he also won silver - and, once again, it took dazzling speed to beat him over the last lap.

Sir Mo Farah missed out on his dream double after coming second in the 5000 metres at the World Championships.

"I gave 110 per cent", he said in the immediate aftermath.

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"I don't think there was any more I could have done".

Farah finished in a time of 13:33.22, with Edris's time clocked at 13:32.79.

Claiming to have been exhausted after his 10,000m efforts and 5,000m heats, he added: "Tactically, I was trying to cover every move". And so he denied Farah a fifth consecutive distance running double, ending his hopes of adding a second gold in London to go with the 10,000m he won eight days ago: Farah, with six gold medals, is still the single most decorated athlete in British athletics history. That's what they did tonight, and the better man won on the day.

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Farah and his team-mate Andrew Butchart had tried to break up the field with 600 metres to go in a race that had been run at generally a very slow pace.

Farah is due to retire from the track at the end of the month, after the Diamond League final in Zurich, to focus on the marathon.

Down the home straight all looked lost for Farah as he appeared blocked in until Kejelcha drifted out from the inside lane trying to block Chelimo, which allowed the Briton the chance to battle through on the inside.

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As the group went through the 3,000m mark Australian Patrick Tiernan was the one who chose to change the pace and he opened up a little gap between Chelimo, Farah and the rest of the pack.

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