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Other than bringing home gold, Mo also works tirelessly to raise money for charities as well as encouraging the nation to keep fit and healthy.
In a brand new BBC documentary, Mo Farah has now revealed that some aspects of his life aren't what they seem.
For the first time, the world champion has opened up about his past, bravely admitting the truth about how he arrived in the UK.
Sir Mo Farah, whose real name is Hussein Abdi Kahin, fears losing his UK citizenship after he disclosed to the BBC that he was trafficked here to work as a servant.
However, the Home Office has already announced that “no action whatsoever will be taken against Sir Mo”.
The Somali-born British runner began his career in athletics at an early age. Nowadays, he is a British sporting legend who is loved across the country. So after an immensely successful career, the question is; how much is Mo Farah worth in 2022?
When he first arrived in the UK at the age of eight, Mo initially found school quite challenging, struggling both academically and socially due to his language barrier.
However, it was sport that came to his rescue. Mo originally wanted to play football professionally, but it was his success on the track that he thankfully ended up following.
As of 2022, Sir Mo Farah’s net worth is estimated to be around $5-6 million.
He has amassed this large net worth from both prize money and endorsement deals that he has earnt from his elite running career.
Across his career, Sir Mo has never settled for anything less than gold. He holds many world records and has won four Olympic gold medals.
He won gold at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics in both the 5000-metre and 10,000-metre races.
Therefore, he is just the second athlete ever, other than Lasse Viren, to win both the 5,000 and 10,000-metre races at successive Olympic Games.
As a result of his dominance on the track, there is no wonder that he has managed to secure endorsements with some of the world's biggest companies.
This includes huge deals with the likes of Nike, Lucozade and Virgin Media.
Other than the trophies he has picked up by finishing first, Mo Farah has won many other awards across his lifetime.
Due to his service to athletics, Mo Farah was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2013, and then further honoured with a knighthood in 2017.
In the same year, Farah also won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year.