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I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

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I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:08 pm

Any more than I already did but I just watched a 1 hr special documentary on BBC iplayer called "The race of his life"

In the very first clip you see a young Mo Farah, no older than 14-15 yrs old and he's just won The English Schools Cross Country championship and some guy is asking him what his ambitions are, and the guy says to Mo "The olypmics? 10,000? I can see a star one day" and Mo's just a little shy boy

And today, we all see that star MashAllah.

He trains soooooooooooo hard and he's making history, Ilaahey waxaan u waydiiyay all the success in the world. :heart:

Amin amin

Can't wait for his next race, InshAllah another gold.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby xiimaaya » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:11 pm

You thirsty for his d

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:13 pm

Don't ruin my topic with your BS, nacas yahow

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby kanadiid90 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:22 pm

so how many races are left for him? or is it only one race

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:27 pm

He's got the 5,000 race left, I think it's this coming Wednesday IA

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby GabileyPrince » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:37 pm

Lol Somaliland better start scouting in Gabiley for more Mo Farah's.We can compete and smash those Kenyans and Xabeshi/Qotis

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Timiro1999 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 1:51 pm

Any more than I already did but I just watched a 1 hr special documentary on BBC iplayer called "The race of his life"

In the very first clip you see a young Mo Farah, no older than 14-15 yrs old and he's just won The English Schools Cross Country championship and some guy is asking him what his ambitions are, and the guy says to Mo "The olypmics? 10,000? I can see a star one day" and Mo's just a little shy boy

And today, we all see that star MashAllah.

He trains soooooooooooo hard and he's making history, Ilaahey waxaan u waydiiyay all the success in the world. :heart:

Amin amin

Can't wait for his next race, InshAllah another gold.
Aamiin yaa RABI, 18th may 2012 agtayduu taagnaa video aan samaynayey ayuun baa markaan daawaday aan ku arkay lol
Waxaan jeclaan lahaa inaan arko markii illaahay kama dhigin.
Xafladaha 18 ka wuu yimaadaa waa fariid.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Gaashaanle1000 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:03 pm

We all have the ability to be great at something, and we can all live fulfilling lives. I recognise that you see him as a beacon of hope, and I think many do.

But there are many inspirational things out their in the world, just have to open your eyes to them.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby TheLoFather » Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:33 pm

We all have the ability to be great at something, and we can all live fulfilling lives. I recognise that you see him as a beacon of hope, and I think many do.

But there are many inspirational things out their in the world, just have to open your eyes to them.
Sxb if in the forest a tree falls and there is no one there to hear it, does it make a sound?!!!


On the topic; I can't believe the hype! .... islaaantii dhashey ninkii la odhanjirey Axmad Saalax ee waa dalka Djibouti u qaadey bilad dhahab at world championships, ayaaa markii loosheegey inuu inankeedii noqdey ninkii uugu dheereeyey aduunka sanadkaas, markaas bey tidhi "...yaa? Aduunka aa?!!!!... hooyo soo kan kii soo qaban jirey ba halkan fadhiya."

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Cherine » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:03 pm

I wonder if you would've loved him this much if he was Hawiye or Rahanweyne

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:11 pm

I wonder if you would've loved him this much if he was Hawiye or Rahanweyne
I would admire and support any successful Somali athlete.

There was no mention of his Isaaqnimo in this thread marka ha igu gafin walaal.
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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Advo » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:14 pm

He works very hard day and night! He sacrifices so much time away from his love ones to accomplish his goals. He trains with the best in Africa and here in the NorthWest of America. Mo has been running since 2000, that's 16 years of dedication.

Then u have people online claiming his accomplishment like it was just handed to him because of his tribe or birth city :lol:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Advo » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:15 pm

I wonder if you would've loved him this much if he was Hawiye or Rahanweyne
I would admire and support any successful Somali athlete.
:up:

That's how it suppose to be, anyone that works that hard needs to be recognized!

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby TheLoFather » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:16 pm

I wonder if you would've loved him this much if he was Hawiye or Rahanweyne
I would admire and support any successful Somali athlete.
Then huunoy, you must have a fetish for atheletes' foot....nooh?!!

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:17 pm

He works very hard day and night! He sacrifices so much time away from his love ones to accomplish his goals. He trains with the best in Africa and here in the NorthWest of America. Mo has been running since 2000, that's 16 years of dedication.

Then u have people online claiming his accomplishment like it was just handed to him because of his tribe or birth city :lol:
Lol Advo wallahi it baffles me.

Maybe some of these people need to watch "The race of his life" to actually see and appreciate how much blood, sweat and tears that goes into his training


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