SIR Mo Farah can “feel” when his identical twin is having a tough time — despite living thousands of miles away.
The Olympic champ, 38, said he picks up the bad vibes even though brother Hassan is in Somalia.
Sir Mo said: “When he’s going through a bad patch or when he is thinking of something, I can feel it.
“I ask him what happened and he’ll tell you, because I can just feel it.”
The twins were separated at eight when Sir Mo, his mother and two younger brothers came to join their father in the UK but Hassan was too poorly to travel and stayed with relatives.
While Sir Mo became Britain’s greatest long-distance runner, married dad-of-ten Hassan works as a telecoms engineer.
Sir Mo told Joe Wicks’ podcast: “It was tough. I have twins myself and I couldn’t separate them.”
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