These pictures of Mo Farah celebrating his third Olympic gold will make you feel all emotional

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Mo Farah became the first British track and field athlete to win three Olympic gold medals by retaining his 10,000 metres title in Rio.

The 33-year-old continued his unprecedented spell of long-distance domination by landing his eighth straight global crown, but he did it the hard way after falling to the track following a trip from training partner Galen Rupp.

He recovered to respond to the challenge laid down by Kenya's Paul Tanui, bursting past him down the home straight and crossing the line in 27 minutes 5.17 seconds.

And it was pretty much the best thing ever watching him race forward and win gold.

Mo Farah (David Goldman/AP)
(David Goldman/AP)

He even managed to get the Mobot in as he crossed the line.

mo farah mobot
(Matt Slocum/AP)

Just think of the relief he must be feeling, especially after that fall.

mo fatah
(David Goldman/AP)

It all just got a bit much, TBH.

Mo farah on the floor
(Jae C. Hong/AP)

No, seriously though. What a race.

mo farah on the floor
(David J. Phillip/AP)(

And this picture doesn't make you love the Olympics then, well, nothing probably will. Just sayin'.

mo farah
(Matt Slocum/AP)

All the feels.