Sir Mo Farah bade farewell to racing in London after finishing fourth in his penultimate race at the Big Half on Sunday. Farah’s last results saw him finish eighth in the Great Manchester Run 10K in May and ninth in the London Marathon the previous month. The Big Half was Farah’s last race in London, with the final race of his career taking place at the Great North Run on Tyneside next weekend. Jack Rowe came first in the elite men’s race with a time of 01:01:08, narrowly edging out fellow Briton Mahamed Mahamed who finished in 01:01:16. Andrew Butchart was next to cross the line before Farah finished with a time of 01:02:43. Calli Thackery finished first in the women’s elite race, with David Weir earning the top spot in the wheelchair race.