Agence France-PresseMarch 16, 2014 14:29
Britain's double Olympic and world 10,000m and 5,000m champion Mo Farah insisted Sunday his fall and frightening collapse after the New York City Half Marathon was "no big deal".
The Somali born star took a hard fall some five miles into the race. He made a gritty recovery to finish second behind Geoffrey Mutai, who won in 1hr 00min 50sec.
Farah collapsed after the finish line and left in a wheelchair.
He made it to the post-race press conference, however, and said he felt good, if a little cloudy on just what happened.