Mo Farah produces another 'Super Saturday' performance
Mo Farah gave the Olympic Stadium crowd another 'Super Saturday' performance as a devastating final lap earned him victory over 3,000 metres at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games.
The double London 2012 champion hit the front with around 500m to go and from then on there was no stopping him as he came home in seven minutes 36.85 seconds.
David Moorcroft's 31-year-old British record of 7mins 32.79secs was never on the cards, but the bumper crowd which roared Farah on could not have cared less.
American Ryan Hill finished second, more than five seconds behind the Briton.
Farah said: "It's great to be back. It was a good race and the crowd were great. There're so many people here to support us.
"It's good to be back and win here again, I have so many nice memories of racing here.
"I wanted to make them proud. I'm in great shape, so it's going well for (the World Championships in) Moscow."
Jessica Ennis-Hill was rather less upbeat over her World Championship prospects after stepping up her recovery from the Achilles tendon problem which has played havoc with her season.
The Olympic heptathlon champion competed in her first 100m hurdles race since her golden moment last summer and came through unscathed in 13.08secs, more than half a second down on her personal best.
She finished in fourth place.
She then appeared to be holding back in the long jump, managing a best leap of 6.16m to finish eighth and last.
The Sheffield athlete, who only made her long-awaited return to action on Tuesday, said: "It's amazing to be back in the stadium and just having everyone's support is incredible.
"I'm just disappointed that I'm not in the shape and the fitness that I need to be in.
"It's hard because obviously it's only a couple of weeks until the worlds. I'm running out of time a bit.
"I haven't decided about the World Championships yet. I need to speak to my coach (Toni Minichiello) and have a think."
Meanwhile, Usain Bolt completed another triumphant appearance at London's Olympic Stadium as he led the Racers Track Club team to success in the 4x100 metres relay in the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games.
The sprinter was one of the stars of last summer's Olympics, collecting three gold medals, and he returned to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last night to charge to 100 m success.
Today he added victory in the relay, running the last leg as he and team-mates Mario Forsythe, Kemar Bailey-Cole and Warren Weir streaked to victory.
The quartet recorded a time of 37.74 seconds with France finishing second and Canada third.
Great Britain's first team, which included Dwayne Chambers and Adam Gemili, failed to get the baton around successfully, while the second quartet finished fifth.