Tania Nell and Mo Farah became engaged in 2009 and were married in Richmond, Virginia, the following year, i.e., in 2010.
Mo Farah was born in Somaliland on March 23, 1983. He lost his father in a civil war when he was four years old and later lost contact with his mother and father both. He disclosed that he was forcibly transported to the UK through Djibouti during a BBC documentary. Hussein Abdi Kahin, his birth name, was changed to Mohammed Farah as a result of this occurrence. He worked as a domestic worker after moving to the UK. Farah kept this portion of his life private until July 2022. He received his British citizenship in July 2000 under his present name Mohammed Farah.
At the age of around eleven or twelve, he began attending Year 7 at Feltham Community College. His athletic ability was spotted over there by physical education instructor Alan Watkinson. Afterwards, Farah joined the Borough of Hounslow Athletics Club situated in West London. In the under-13 division, he competed for Hounslow in cross-country at the 1994 London Youth Games. When he was 13 years old, he competed in the 1996 English Schools Cross-Country Championships. He won the first of five English school titles the following year. Athletics philanthropist Eddie Kulukundis recognized Farah’s talent and financed the legal fees to complete his naturalization as a British citizen, allowing him to travel to competitions without a visa.
Tania Nell is a successful entrepreneur.
Mo Farah and his wife Tania Nell have four children – twins Aisha and Amani, born in 2012, Hussein, born in 2015, and Rihanna, an older daughter from Nell’s previous relationship.
Tania Nell was born on March 20, 1985, in London, England. She was raised in a well-settled English family. She is an entrepreneur, but has also competed in many long-distance competitions. She has always been a supporter of Mo Farah’s sporting career.
Tania and Mo originally met at the London school, Feltham Community College (now Springwest Academy), when Tania was 11 years and Mo was 12 year-old. At school, Farah was close friends with Nell’s brother. A few years later, they eventually reconnected on Facebook and started dating. The couple became engaged in 2009 and were married in Richmond, Virginia, in 2010. Paula Radcliffe, Steve Cram, and Jo Pavey were among the prominent guests in attendance.