I wasn't a fighting kid or a causing-trouble kid. I was just one of those cheeky, crazy kids running around.
I'm probably a lot more closer in the 1500m to the world record than I am in the 5000m.
My first Olympics memory was watching Haile Gebrselassie in Sydney 2000. His sprint finish to defend his title really moved me.
I'd love to work with children. I've set up the charity, and that's going well. We've got a lot of projects we're doing in Somalia, so I'd like to see how we're doing there.
I am just grateful I have a British passport and a country here.
Records are there to be broken. Lots of people would love to swap their world record for an Olympic medal, but for me, my medals are there forever and ever, and that's what does it for me.