Mo Farah has won the 10,000m in the 2015 athletics World Championships - Britain’s first gold at the competition in Beijing.
Farah sprang back after a stumble in the final lap to take the gold, beating Kenyans Geoffrey Kamworor and Paul Tanui.
The win is Farah’s sixth global distance title in a row.
The last few months have been difficult for Farah.
The Olympic gold medallist called for his anti-doping tests to be made public after the Sunday Times revealed some 800 athletes had suspicious results.
Some of the results brought some London Marathon winners into question.
Farah also dropped out of a Diamond League race, saying the doping allegations against his coach have left him "physically and mentally drained".
The runner, who won two gold medals in the 2012 Olympics, said claims that Alberto Salazar had doped runner Galen Rupp in 2002 had "taken a lot out of me" and dropped out of the Birmingham race.
Farah himself has not been accused of any wrongdoing.