Mo Farah wins record sixth successive Great North Run

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Britain’s Mo Farah has even won a record sixth Great North Run with a time.
36, the champion, completed the 13,1 miles in six seconds and 59 minutes after racing before Tamirat Tola at the final mile.
Brigid Kosgei, that won the London Marathon in April, conquer with a period of 1:04:28.
David Weir took the wheelchair race . A British twice was secured by jade Jones-Hall at the women’s race.
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