Double European champion Mo Farah began 2011 in style as he captained Great Britain to victory in the team race at the Great Edinburgh Cross Country.
Farah took the lead midway through the 8.2km race and powered clear to win.
"I wanted to do well here, it was something different and I really enjoyed it," he told BBC Sport.
Eliud Kipchoge led home a Kenyan clean sweep in the men's 4km race, while Linet Masai won the women's 6km race, with Britain's Charlotte Purdue fourth.
Farah, 27, is Great Britain's best hope of challenging African dominance over 5,000 and 10,000m at the London 2012 Olympics.
He needed treatment following the Edinburgh event last year after coming close to collapsing but he was in great form in snowy conditions on Saturday and looked particularly powerful as he pulled away from the field up the hill.
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