Mo Farah's race celebration, 'the Mobot', became synonymous with this summer's Olympic Games and now the double gold medallist is offering fans a chance to 'Do the Mobot' alongside him in a new music video. The video will feature a dance move based on Mo's signature celebration and is part of a campaign to help raise awareness and funding for the Mo Farah Foundation - the charity set up by Mo and his wife Tania to provide aid to children in East Africa.
The foundation is hoping to raise £100,000 towards the 'Mo Farah Orphanage and Sports Academy', a place of safety and shelter for children affected by the worst drought to hit the region in 60 years. To enter, watch the clip below and learn how to 'Do the Mobot', then record your own version of the dance and upload it.
Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur, rugby club Harlequins, and West End musical Thriller have already submitted their own versions and Virgin Media has pledged to match all 'Do the Mobot' video uploads with two gold pound coins - representing the two gold medals Mo won at this year's Olympics.
Farah explained: "For all those who think they've got the Mo-ves, head to youtube.com/dothemobot to see me and my mates dance you through the step-by-step guide to 'Doing the Mobot'. Don't forget to share on Twitter with #dothemobot and @FarahFoundation."