Britain's Mo Farah says he had extra motivation to win the 5,000 meters on Saturday night.
He already had one gold medal from the London Olympics — won a week ago in the 10,000 meters — and it was imperative that he make a pair.
"These two gold medals mean the world to me, because my wife is carrying twins," Farah explained. "I didn't want to have just one gold medal, and then have twins."
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