Mo Farah completed the Olympic 'double double' as he claimed his fourth Games gold medal, retaining his 5,000 metres title a week after his second 10,000m victory.
It was his ninth global gold medal in total and, here, Press Association Sport takes a look at those triumphs:
2011 World Championships, Daegu - 5,000m
Having been pipped at the line by the unknown Ethiopian Ibrahim Jeilan in the 10,000m days earlier, Farah upgraded his silver to gold over the shorter distance, holding off a late charge from American Bernard Lagat.
2012 Olympic Games, London - 10,000m
Farah completed 'Super Saturday' for Great Britain by winning the third of three home gold medals in the Olympic Stadium in one night, kicking away down the home straight to roars from the crowd.
2012 Olympic Games, London - 5,000m
Farah became just the seventh man in Olympic history to achieve the illustrious 5,000m and 10,000m double, resisting a late attack from Ethiopian Dejen Gebremeskel.
2013 World Championships, Moscow - 10,000m
He gained revenge on Jeilan by powering down the home straight to hold off the Ethiopian and claim the only global crown missing from his collection.
2013 World Championships, Moscow - 5,000m
Farah completed the double-double, two world titles to go with his twin Olympic crowns, kicking with 650m to go and holding off a host of challengers down the home straight.
2015 World Championships, Beijing - 10,000m
He put a summer of speculation and rumour behind him to again prove unbeatable on the track, bursting away from the twin Kenyan challenge of Geoffrey Kipsang Kamworor and Paul Tanui down the home straight.
2015 World Championships, Beijing - 5,000m
Helped by the slow early pace, he racked up a seventh straight global title and completed the 'triple double', surging past spent Kenyan Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku to take the victory.
2016 Olympic Games, Rio - 10,000m
Farah recovered from a fall after being tripped by training partner Galen Rupp to become the first British track and field athlete to win three Olympic gold medals.
2016 Olympic Games, Rio - 5,000m
Farah avoided any such drama and pulled clear down the home straight, holding off the challenge of American Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo and Ethiopian Hagos Gebrhiwet.