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Fresh from the amazing summer that saw Mo Farah become a double Olympic gold medallist, the athlete returns to his old school in Feltham to answer questions from School Reporters.
26 Sep 12
Video & Audio
- Watch Pistorius 'puts pressure on himself'
- Listen Chambers 'will rely on experience'
- Listen Greene 'proud' to lead Team GB
- Watch Ennis ready for Olympic pressure
- Watch King of the roads
- Watch I am only 95% fit confesses Bolt
- Watch Racing 'hero' Bolt excites Gemili
- Watch Ennis behind the scenes: Part 4
- Watch Smith out to better father's record
- Watch Ennis behind the scenes: Part 3
- Watch Gemili bids to break 10 second barrier
- Watch Can Blake beat Bolt to Olympic gold?
Top Team USA Medallists
Distance Track and Road (15)
Sprint and Relay (10)
Ones to Watch in Athletics
- One to watch Lashawn Merritt Men's 400m
- One to watch Kenenisa Bekele Men's 10,000m
- One to watch Dai Greene Men's 400m Hurdles
- One to watch Shara Proctor Women's Long Jump
- One to watch Phillips Idowu Men's Triple Jump
- One to watch Holly Bleasdale Women's Pole Vault
- One to watch Moses Masai Men's 10,000m
- One to watch Melaine Walker Women's 400m Hurdles
- One to watch Lawrence Okoye Men's Discus Throw
- One to watch Steve Hooker Men's Pole Vault
- One to watch Tiffany Porter Women's 100m Hurdles
- One to watch Asafa Powell Men's 100m
- One to watch Andreas Thorkildsen Men's Javelin Throw
- One to watch Perri Shakes-Drayton Women's 400m Hurdles
- One to watch Nataliya Dobrynska Heptathlon
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- Gold Valerie Adams New Zealand Women's Shot Put
- Silver Evgeniia Kolodko Russian Federation Women's Shot Put
- Bronze Lijiao Gong China Women's Shot Put