British Olympic champion Mo Farah is "sick" of his name being dragged into doping controversies, the 34-year-old said after winning the 3,000 metres at the Anniversary Games in London on Sunday.
Also Sunday, OTC Elite runner Nijel Amos, who began training in Eugene earlier this year, won the 800 meters in a world-leading time of 1:43.18 on the track where he won a silver medal for Botswana at the 2012 Olympics.
Farah has fielded doping allegations repeatedly and the issue re-appeared in April after a doctor said that he injected a legal dose of a controversial substance prior to the 2014 London Marathon but it was not adequately recorded.
"This is home and there is no place like home".
Such normality is a haven. I wish you guys would understand it a bit more and write down the facts'.
"I would never ever fail a drugs test and I believe in a clean sport". It's hard work, it's about grafting. It is just a small majority (sic) who think to become a success you must be doing something.
"I do have spikes on but they are very petite", Thompson said. That's who I am.
"I love what I do, I enjoy what I do and I do it with passion and love". And let you guys do what you do'.
Farah once again denied any wrongdoing on Thursday after computer hackers had revealed some of his blood samples had initially been flagged as suspicious.
May opposed the bloc's position that those rights should be upheld by the European Court of Justice, saying they will be subject to United Kingdom law.
Farah said: "It's a different feeling and I'm getting a bit more nervous in terms of "this is it" but other than that it's normal".
"If people ask about memories of London, it is not about Big Ben or anyone else, obviously meeting the queen was a special thing in my life, but secondly it is this track".
Mo Farah is still the man to beat over 5,000m and 10,000m at the World Championships, as much because of his aura as anything.
Allyson Felix of the USA, beaten to last year's Olympic 400m gold by the diving finish of The Bahamas' Shaunae Miller, is determined to add another global gold to her collection this year, judging by her performance in winning in 49.65, the fastest time in the world this year.
In the women's 100, Dafne Schippers was quickest in the heats but Olympic champion Elaine Thompson of Jamaica won the final in 10.94 ahead of her Dutch rival, despite wearing flat trainers.
In the women's 100m, Dina Asher-Smith and Ashleigh Nelson failed to qualify for the final but Asha Philip ran a season's best 11.18 to make the cut, where she finished sixth ahead of Daryll Neita, who set a new personal best of 11.14s to qualify.
But if her win was expected, the presence on her shoulder of another athlete with fond memories of the arena, London 2012 champion Sally Pearson, was a surprise, given the Australian's long struggle for fitness after a shattered wrist and a serious hamstring injury.
Aries Merritt, the world record holder in the 110m hurdles, earned victory in a season's best of 13.09 in front of Milan Trajkovic, second in a Cypriot record of 13.25.
Source : http://hypelee.com/2017/07/sir-mo-farah-defends-himself-once-more-after-latest-fancy/