Four time Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah ran the fastest time of the year to win the 5,000m in the Diamond League meeting in Eugene, Oregon. The 34-year-old Briton led at the bell and kicked clear to win in 12 minutes 00.70 seconds.
Ethiopian teenager Yomif Kejelcha was second in 13:01.21, with Kenyan Geoffrey Kamworor third in 13:01.35.
Olympic silver medallist Paul Chelimo was seventh in 13:10.11, with GB’s Andrew Butchart eighth in 13:11.45.
It was an accomplished final track performance in the US from Farah, who plans to retire from track racing after the World Championships in London this summer