Arsenal Football Club would like to congratulate athlete Mo Farah on winning a gold medal at the London Olympics on Saturday night.
Mo stormed to victory in the 10,000m on a wonderful evening for British sport. The 29-year-old world 5,000m champion bided his time before coming through the pack to win in 27 minutes 30.42 seconds.
Mo's support of Arsenal Football Club is well-known. He visited the training ground last season and came to Emirates Stadium to show his World Championship gold to the crowd.
Congratulations Mo from all your friends and admirers at the Club.
Meanwhile, two Gooners will be in action on Sunday, August 5.
Perri Shakes-Drayton takes to the track for the first round of the 400m hurdles before Harry Martin features for Great Britain's hockey team against Australia at the Riverbank Arena.
Keep an eye on our daily Olympic Watch for updates.
Great Britain 1-1 South Korea
Saturday, August 4
Aaron Ramsey scored from the penalty spot as Great Britain drew 1-1 with South Korea at Wembley on Saturday. But Stuart Pearce's side crashed out on penalties at the Millennium Stadium. Ramsey levelled the score in the first half from the penalty spot after the visitors had taken the lead - before missing a second spot-kick five minutes later. The Welshman scored Team GB's first penalty in the shoot-out but Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge missed the decisive kick.
Saturday, August 4
Great Britain's Greg Rutherford - great grandson of former Gunner Jock Rutherford - made history by taking gold in the men's long jump, becoming the first Briton to win the event since 1964.
American sprinter Allyson Felix finished fifth in the women's 100m final, before Luol Deng and Eric Boateng took to the basketball court as Great Britain's men lost a 15-point lead with defeat to Australia.
Ashleigh Ball featured as the women's hockey team lost to China, before Bobby White and Nathan French suffered defeats to Tunisia and Poland in the handball and volleyball respectively.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 5 Aug 2012