MO FARAH hit back at claims he lied about getting performance-enhancing injections.
Britain’s Olympic legend says he had been affected “mentally and physically” by BBC’s Panorama probe.
It claimed he had four injections of legal energy-boosting amino acid L-carnitine before the 2014 London Marathon.
The programme alleged he lied to testers, only to backtrack later.
Farah, 36, told the Sunday Mirror: “I have done nothing wrong. It’s depressing. It has had an effect on me.
“I was 100 per cent convinced I hadn’t taken anything apart from magnesium. I put that on the doping control form.
“I was questioned for five hours. I said one thing and now it is made out I have done wrong.”
Farah added: “It has made me question if I’m a bad person. Is it against me? Is it because of my colour?
“It makes you question everything and that’s annoying and damaging.
“I love representing my country, making my country proud and doing what I do best, because it’s a gift and that’s why I do it with a smile. But it’s not fair what comes with it.
“I don’t want people to feel sorry for me, but I’ve always done the right thing.”
Farah was unavailable for further comment.