Being British – 2 sides

For me he is the perfect British story. It’s what we should be about: a person who comes to Britain as a young man, as a refugee, and an ex‑schoolteacher identifies something that he’s brilliant at and he represents Britain as the best in the world.

Mo Farah snub in Spoty award ‘really sad’, says Alistair Brownlee, December 25, 2016 at 06:15PM

“I’m not sure why he’s not in the top three,” he said. “It doesn’t necessarily help if you’re not there on the night; maybe some people don’t see him as British. He trains abroad, too.

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