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