Skip to comments.It's Mo running away from things!
Posted on 08/14/2012 1:43:30 PM PDT by the scotsman
''The disbelieving expression on the face of Mo Farah as he won the men's 5,000m final to claim his second Olympic gold medal has become one of the iconic images of the 2012 Games.
Now one fan has used the picture to create a hilarious online tribute to his Olympic hero, showing the track star on the run from an array of pursuers including murderous gangster Tony Montana, a pack of zombies, and -perhaps scariest of all - the Teletubbies.
The Tumblr site has racked up almost a million hits since creator Luke Harvey, 21, published it online on Sunday. The graduate described it as his tribute to a 'true Olympic legend'.'
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
I have to ask, when the race was over did he kiss the track or did he face Mecca and do his Muslim prayer?
ya gotta wonder if people can ever just live their lives without it being photo’ed, manipulated and distributed all over the world ? granted he was in an extremely public place but I feel sad for the schmoe who had his picture taken while wipping his nose or scratching his butt , or the people who go to walmart and end up on some guy’s people of walmart website . guess i’ll just have to assume that someone is always watching
He kissed the track.
Yes, he is a Muslim, but a quiet one. He is just a ‘lovely guy’, quiet, funny and avoids the press and hype. And any journalist who suggested that he was Somali, not British got an icy reply.
Yeah, one who asked why he didn’t run for Somalia was told ‘Mate, I’m British’.
Yeah, he’s also a practicing muslim, but he’s not one of the nutjobby ones. If all muslims where like him, I wouldn’t have as much of a problem with them in general as I do...
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