European Team Championships: Great Britain win men's relay
|European Team Championships final day on the BBC|
|Venue: Olympic Stadium, Cheboksary, Russia Date: 21 June|
|Coverage: Live on BBC TV from 12:30 to 14:05 BST and on Red Button from 14:05 to 17:15|
Great Britain won the men's 4x100m in a record time to end the opening day of the European Team Championships in fourth place.
Andrew Robertson ran the last stretch as the team finished in 38.21 seconds.
Jarryd Dunn won the men's 400m with a personal best of 45.09, while Eilidh Child won the women's 400m hurdles and Asha Phillip the women's 100m.
Home nation Russia lead the rankings before Sunday's final day.
Germany are in second, with France third, nine points clear of Great Britain, who lead fifth-placed Poland by 13.5 points.
Victory in the men's relay, the last event of the day, meant Great Britain picked up a maximum 12 points, but there was disappointment with an 11th-place finish in the women's race after two poor changeovers.
|European Team Championships standings|
|1. Russia||186 points|
|4. Great Britain||166.5|
Earlier, Lennie Waite finished second in the women's 3000m steeplechase, while Oli Aitchinson claimed third in the men's 1500m on his Team GB debut.
Nick Miller came second in the hammer throw, and Andy Vernon placed third in the men's 5000m.
Events to come on Sunday include the men's 110m hurdles and women's 100m hurdles, the women's long jump and the men's and women's 200m. Full details can be found here.