Britain's double Olympic gold hero Mo Farah on Sunday helped launch a "hunger summit" aimed at tackling malnutrition worldwide, held at Prime Minister David Cameron's Downing Street residence.
British double olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah (R) does the 'Mobot' as he poses for pictures with Former Brazilian footballer Pele, (L) Vice-President of Brazil Michel Temer, (2nd L) and British Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd R) outside 10 Downing Street in London. Farah helped launch a "hunger summit" aimed at tackling malnutrition worldwide.
Fresh from winning the 5,000-metre final on Saturday, Farah joined Cameron, Brazilian football legend Pele, famed Ethiopian distance runner Haile Gebrselassie and Vice President Michel Temer of Brazil, who co-hosted the event.
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