MO FARAH took a tumble but still came up trumps by successfully defending his 10,000m Olympic title and now his focus shifts to the 5000m.
Farah’s triumph in the early hours of Sunday morning made him the first British track and field athlete to win three Olympic golds and he’s 1-4 at Ladbrokes to make it four in the 5000m final at the weekend.
Today’s action from the Games features cycling star Mark Cavendish chasing glory in the men’s omnium and there’s also gold up for grabs in the likes of swimming, weightlifting and boxing.
The Olympic tennis is over for another four years and the US Open build-up now cranks into gear with the Cincinnati Masters taking centre stage this week although world No.1 Novak Djokovic is absent due to a wrist injury.
Serena Williams bids to get over his Olympic failure by winning a third Cincinnati women’s singles crown and she’s the 28-17 favourite at 10bet to do so.
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