A BBC documentary which followed Mo Farah for a year, as he prepared to make history and win two more gold medals at the 2016 Olympics, had viewers getting seriously emotional.
As well as flashbacks to London 2012, Mo Farah: Race Of His Life gave viewers an inspiring insight into the athlete's training for Rio - including some horrible-looking altitude training that left people completely in awe.
This Mo Farah doc on BBC is fascinating. This high-altitude track in Ethiopia ??
-- Lucy Sophia (@lucysophiaj) August 4, 2016
Mo Farah fitness test ???
-- Michael MacDonald (@MikeMacDonald89) August 4, 2016
Watching Mo Farah: Race of his Life in total awe.
-- svanvesta (@Moreterm) August 4, 2016
Twitter was totally inspired by just how much dedication he has been putting in since 2012.
Mo Farah documentary is sooo interesting to see how much hard work he puts in
-- Summer Benson (@summerbensonx) August 4, 2016
Mo Farah documentary showing just how dedicated he is & how hard he works to be the best. The best are the ones who go that extra mile.
-- Jason Jones (@jasjones83) August 4, 2016
Mo farah is so inspirational ??
-- life of a GLO girl (@thesugarmerecin) August 4, 2016
But probably the best (and obvs the most emotional bit of the show) was when we saw that clip from him winning at London 2012. Total goosebumps.
No YOU'RE crying at this Mo Farah doc on BBC1 right now ?
-- Laura (@cheesy_badgers) August 4, 2016
When Mo Farah won the 10,000m, that was magic. Golden Saturday was magic. I'm getting goosebumps just thinking about it!
-- Abdullah Moallim (@El_Abdullah88) August 4, 2016
-- Ed Owen (@edowen16) August 4, 2016
Loving this documentary on Mo Farah. So many great memories of London 2012.
-- Helen (@presentsqueen) August 4, 2016
Watching Mo Farah on #RoadToRio incredible talent, immensely hard working. Proud of his roots &of GB. Goose bumps remembering his 2012 Golds
-- Duncan Shrubsole (@duncanshrubsole) August 4, 2016
-- Eyekons(TM) (@JustinEyekons) August 4, 2016
And now we're all just sat here, re-assessing our life choices.
I'm watching a documentary on mo farah and it's making me feel so lazy wow
-- ceri (@tommoftgrizi) August 4, 2016
And we're also sat here hoping this.
I'm watching a documentary about Mo Farah. Watching someone running burns calories right?
-- ThePud (@Puddepha) August 4, 2016
But more than anything, we're just ridiculously excited to cheer Mo on in Rio.
-- BBC One (@BBCOne) August 4, 2016
Bring home some gold, Mo!