Record-breaker Mo Farah's double Diamond feat
The Londoner's time of 26 minutes 46.57 seconds broke Belgian Mohammed Mourhit's European benchmark of 26:52.30 set in 1999, while also eclipsing Jon Brown's 13-year-old British record of 27:18.14.
Farah's career-best display saw him finish just ahead of Imane Merga of Ethiopia, who had a time of 26:48.35, his own personal best.
"I just sat at the back and worked my way through the field," said Farah, whose previous fastest time was a 27:28.26 set last year.
"If it wasn't for the crowd I would never have done this. With three laps to go I knew I had the chance for the record."
Looking ahead to the world championships in Daegu starting in August, he added: "I want a world medal and it's shown here if I keep working hard I'll be in the mix."
Farah has been building momentum of late, also winning the BUPA London event over 10,000m in 29:15 on Monday.