Mo Farah didn't want to leave anybody in doubt.
Roared on again by a boisterous, capacity crowd at the 80,000-seat Olympic Stadium, Farah surged ahead late and held on Saturday to complete a long-distance double by winning the 5,000 meters in 13 minutes, 41.66 seconds.
He still had the energy to do a few playful sit-ups on the track before he grabbed a British flag for the real celebrations.
The Somali-born Farah won the 10,000 meters on Britain's ''Super Saturday'' last weekend, the same night Jessica Ennis won the heptathlon and Greg Rutherford the long jump.
This Saturday, it was entirely Mo's moment. Almost nobody left the stadium until Farah was presented with his gold medal and the British anthem echoed around Olympic Park again.
''It's unbelievable,'' the 29-year-old Farah said. ''Two gold medals, who would have thought that?''
He didn't need the sit-ups to prove himself. He didn't let the pressure of the home country's great expectations hamper him in the 10,000, and h...