LONDON - Distance-running star Mo Farah marked his first appearance on a home track in more than 12 months by smashing Steve Ovett's 36-year-old British record for the rarely run two miles at the Diamond League meeting Sunday. The Olympic, world and European champion at both 5,000 and 10,000 metres, Farah won in a time of eight minutes 07.85 seconds as he comfortably surpassed the 8:13.51 secs mark of Ovett, the 1980 Olympic 800m champion.  "Early on I felt a bit tired and then as I got into it I just felt better and better," Farah said. "I kept looking at the clock and thinking, 'I can do it, I can do it'." Farah won both the 5,000 and 10,000m at the European Championships in Zurich earlier this month, having started the season with an unconvincing marathon debut in London.–AFP