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Scots Zoey Clark and Eilidh Doyle inspire Great Britain to win relay silver medal at London 2017 World Championships

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Scots Zoey Clark and Eilidh Doyle inspire Great Britain to win relay silver medal at London 2017 World ChampionshipsThe duo put in an authoritative performance to help Great Britain win a silver medal in the 4x400m relay.
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News video: Sir Mo Farah says farewell with signature move on London Eye

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Sir Mo Farah celebrated the end of his track career (almost) above the clouds. The British sport legend showed off his Mobot move on top of the London eye.Farah will retire from track at the end of this month to focus on the marathon. He finished the 2017 World Championships with a silver medal in...

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