The writing was on the wall for the gutsy Jake Robertson, as Mo Farah unleashed his sparkling sprint finish as the pair went through the 400m marker, and the British sporting legend stormed clear of Robertson in the closing stages to win his fourth Great North Run in a row.
Farah was just outside the hour mark, with a finishing time of 1:00:06, with Robertson six seconds behind.
There's two out in front in the Great North Run, as they approach the finish, and Mo Farah is stalking Jake Robertson in what is turning into a fascinating clash.
Farah looks good, and you have to feel he could kick at any time to try and put this race to bed.
The Department for Digital, Culture,Media and Sport has decided that Birmingham should lead England's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth games, over Liverpool.
England are yet to put forward a formal bid however.
This comes after Druban was stripped of the event in March, having not made assurances that they could host the event.
It'a a fairytale ending for Mo Farah, as the multiple Olympian wins the 3000m at Birmingham, which is his last track race in Great Britain.
Team GB will compete against the USA in a one-day athletics competition at the London Stadium next year, it has been confirmed.
The competition will take place on the 21st July and will see the top athletes from each country go head-to-head.
Britain's 4x100m relay team shocked USA at the World Championships by beating them to take the gold.
Team GB have won a bronze medal in the shape of the Men's 4x400 relay.
The quartet of Matt Hudson-Smith, Dwayne Cowan, Rabah Yousif and Martyn Rooney finished in third place behind America and winners Trinidad And Tobago.
The medal leaves Team GB on six medals for the World Championships which end tonight.
The Great Britain women's 4x400 relay team have taken silver in London, finishing behind the USA who were convincing winners.
The team consisting of Zoey Clark, Laviai Nelson, Eilidh Doyle and Emily Diamond got the job done from Poland in third.
Next up the mens!
Dafne Schippers wins the women's 200m final at the World Athletics Championships in London as the Dutch star successfully defends her title.
Schippers is simply unbeatable in this form and she got the better of the Ivory Coast's Marie-Josee Ta Lou, who took silver, and bronze medalist Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas.
Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith produced a brave performance following an injury-ravaged year to take fourth place.
There is yet another near-miss for a British athlete at the World Athletics Championships as Lorraine Ugen has to settle for fifth place in a wonderful edition of the women's long jump.
Umen proved to be no match for Brittney Reese as the American produced an almighty leap to secure her fourth world title. Too good.
Controversy in London this evening as Scotland's Lynsey Sharp has been disqualified from the 800m following her semi-final.
Sharp was involved in a battle with Charlene Lipsey as both athletes crossed the line. The pair of them had their eyes closed during the run-in and their arms were interlocked but it is Sharp who has perhaps harshly been judged to be in the wrong and the Scot has been disqualified.