Mo Farah running away from things: Olympic hero escaping from zombies and Batman

It”s Mo running away from things! Fun pictures show Olympic hero Farah escaping from zombies, Batman and thousands of runaway brides. The disbelieving expression on the face of Mo Farah as he won the men”s 5,000m final to claim his second Olympic gold medal has become one of the iconic images of the 2012 Games.

Parents keep 12yo son"s terminal brain tumour a secret from him to live normal life

Mother and father kept 12-year-old son's terminal brain tumour a secret from him so he could 'live a normal life' Adam Lewis lived for 12 months after his terminal diagnosis last yearHis parents did not tell him so he could live a happy, normal lifeAfter suffering a fit he was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumourHe went to school when he could and enjoyed a helicopter ride and abseiling He knew he had the tumour, undergoing radiotherapy and chemotherapy, but not the severity of the diagnosis Sister Chloe Netherton said he was 'the silliest, bravest boy' she knew | UPDATED: 15:13 GMT, 24 July 2012 The parents of a 12-year-old boy made the heartbreaking decision not to tell their son he was dying so he could live the remainder of his life normally.