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Live Reporting

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  1. 'I have not done anything wrong' - Farah

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    Video caption: Mo Farah: 'Alberto Salazar ban does not mean I have done wrong'

    Mo Farah insists he has "not done anything wrong" as he faced questions over his former coach's ban for doping violations.

    Alberto Salazar, who helped transform Farah into Britain's most-decorated athlete, was banned for four years last week.

    Farah has never failed a drugs test and said there was an "agenda" against him.

    Read more here.

  2. BBC coverage

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    BBC Sport

    Sunday, 13 October

    14:30-16:15 - Chicago Marathon featuring Mo Farah, BBC Red Button (13:25-16:15, BBC Sport website and app)

  3. Seven reasons why running could be for you...

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    Video caption: Couch to 5K: Get running half an hour in just nine weeks
    • Running helps to get rid of stress hormones, boosts your mood and keeps you fit.
    • It burns more calories than many mainstream exercise activities. You can do it as little or as often as you like and fit it around your busy schedule.
    • Follow a training schedule to increase your pace and distance gradually.
    • If you want to start running but feel nervous about doing it on your own, RunTogether could be the answer.
    • Or check out parkrun UK, who organise free weekly runs in open spaces including parks, woodlands and beaches.
    • 'Junior parkruns' are held on Sunday mornings for children aged 4-14. Just register for free before your first run.
    • Disability athletes wanting to take part in running events can register online for support to find a local club and coach on the England Athletics website.