MANY tributes have been paid to British Olympic hero Mo Farah.
But none more unusual than that of Middle Farm at Firle – it named newly-born twin calves after the athlete.
‘Mo’ and ‘Farah’ arrived after his gold-medal winning triumph in the 10,000 metres.
Perhaps they inspired him to further glory at the Games – because he then went on to take gold in the 5,000 metres.
The twin calves are a British Blue crossed with one of the farm’s very own golden Jersey cows.
Middle Farm herdsman Matt Worsfield is pictured with with Mo (standing) and Farah.
The runner, born in Somalia, thrilled the nation by becoming a double champion at London 2012. He won the 10,000 metres in a time of 27:30.42 – Great Britain’s first Olympic gold medal at the distance.
Seven days later he triumphed in the 5,000 metres in a time of 13:41.66, which inspired Farah’s unique victory celebration dance known as the ‘Mobot’.