Following Mo Farah's incredible performance in the 10,000m on Sunday night, his celebratory "Mobot" move has taken the world - and Twitter - by storm.
Fans around the world have posted pictures of themselves replicating his new signature move on the social networking site after the British athlete repeatedly made the 'M' sign to mark winning his first Olympic gold.
Speculation as to what the bizarre sign meant was quickly cleared up by BBC sports commentator Clare Balding and comedian James Corden:
The pair, along with Farah, had appeared on quiz show A League of Their Own, where Corden had told the athlete he needed to devise a celebration move to compete with Usain Bolt's. As a result, Farah came up with the 'Mobot', and the rest is history...