Svoboda has passed Cao with a strong run but they're coming up to their third shoot now.
Cao gets away first after five hits in the shooting.
Cao got his five shots off quicker and has gotten away in front again
For anyone interested in the golf, Padraig Harrington is -3 after six holes in the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island. That has him at -1 for the tournament, in eighth. Responding well to José Maria Olazabal's strong hint that he wouldn't be picking him as a wild card. So he'll have to win.
The Czech has stormed clear in the run though, and takes teh adulation of the crowd. Svoboda wins, Cao second, with Marosi third.
Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe finishes in 25th. Only seconds away from a top 20 really. With the top guys in their late 20s and early 30s, it gives an indication of how raw the 20-year-old is. He is going to be a player at this in the future.
So too Natalya Coyle, who is only a few years older. She is more experienced though and a top 10 would not be out of the question. She will probably be targeting a top 15 finish. For the two modern pentathletes, this is really about experience.
@Daragh Ó Conchúir Seems like Rio is an Olympics we can look forward to. The two modern pentathletes, Annalise Murphy in the sailing, Sycericka McMahon and Grainne Murphy in the swimming, not to mention the boxers. All of them are great prospects for the future and I am sure their London 2012 experience will do them the power of good.
Mo Farah is up now in the men's 5000m final. Can he get his long-distance double?
@Peter Towe It is so far away but these are sports with high performance programmes in place and in which there have been huge improvements in the past three years, even if the swimmers were a bit disappointing at these Games. You can add the Scott Flanigan/Ger Owens and Ryan Seaton/Matt McGovern combinations to those you mentioned.
There are five runners who have run faster than Farah in this race, Two Ethiopians, Hagos Gebrhiwet and Yenew Alamirew, two Kenyans, Thomas Longosiwa and Isaiah Koech and the Ugandan Moses Kipsiro.
They crawled early in the 5k but the pace has picked up significantly. Farah is at the back but happy to be there at this stage.
Farah moved up temporarily to the front but is back in 5th now. Race is ludicrously slow at the moment, so expect a burst from someone....
It's 1k gone and it's sedentary to say the least. If it's a big sprint at the end, that might suit Faragh. There will surely be a big wind-up by the Kenyans and Ethiopians before that.
By the way, the official corrected finishing standings have Arthur Lanigan O'Keeffe in 26th.
2,000m in 5:56. Farah still around 5th position.
Olympic Stadium full again (thankfully with one empty seat) - cracking atmosphere. Farah holding firm.
Galen Rupp could be another dark horse after his silver in the 10000m, in the lead bunch with his training partner Farah.
Harrington now -4 for the round after 8 holes, -2 for the tournament and in fifth place.
Farah doesn't look in control right now. He's holding in but it looks like a Kenya-Eth battle to me
Mo Farah moves up to third with three laps to go - what do I know?
Farah up in third and the Ethiopians are watching him...
Ethiopia 1-3-4 with Farah floating. This is some battle.
Farah in front with 600m to go - has he timed it right?
The pack are just behind.
Last lap, I can't look......
Farah winding up. The Kenyan challenge and Farah responds.
Last bend and Farah leads, just....
What an absolutely sensational effort by Mo Farah
Absolutely sensational. That has given me those shivers. I have a feeling of having seen something special
He's doing sit-ups, as Usain Bolt did press-ups.
That was spinetingling. He's got 80,000 on their feet.
That was ALL courage. The atmosphere was outstanding but I'd have enjoyed that if it was in the back garden.
Farah wins in 13:41.66, Gebremeskel 13:41.98, Longosiwa 13:42.36 - 2.5 seconds divided the first six.
He took it up with two laps to go and gradually wound it up. Brilliant tactics. They were queueing up though. First I thought Longosiwa was going to get him but he saw him off before Gebremeskel loomed. I actually though "ah crap" but he kicked again - I reckon his fourth kick at least surely - and had time to blow a kiss, pulling away for victory.