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Summary

  1. Great Britain win 11 medals on day 10
  2. Dina Asher-Smith wins 200m gold to complete sprint double
  3. GB men win 4x400m silver and women's team claim bronze
  4. Proctor wins long jump bronze, Sawyers fourth and Ugen ninth
  5. Diving - Reid & Blagg win 3m gold & silver; Lee & Toulson take 10m silver
  6. BMX - Evans takes gold & Whyte silver
  7. Gymnastics - GB men win team silver
  8. Golf - GB win mixed team event silver

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye for now

    Schedule

    One more day of action to go.

    Sunday sees Great Britain's Max Whitlock takes on Ireland's Rhys McClenaghan in the pommel and Laura Muir go for gold in the 1500m final.

    The athletics programme concludes with 4x100m relays in which Great Britain has an outstanding chance of two golds.

    It's been fun hasn't it...

    See you here.

  2. Final medal table after day 10

    Table

    Great Britain added another 11 medals to their tally today.

    Those Russians remain out in front thanks to their greater number of golds...

  3. Watch again

    Two double champions.

    One a Norwegian teenager.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Norwegian Jakob Ingebrightsen makes history with 5000m gold

    One a freshly graduated Londoner.

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    Video caption: GB's Dina Asher-Smith eases to the European sprinting double with 200m gold

    Both superstars of the present and future.

  4. Watch: Swiety-Ersetic wins gold in 400m with GB's Nielsen fourth

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    Video caption: Swiety-Ersetic wins gold in 400m with GB's Nielsen fourth
  5. 'Asher-Smith now one of world's best'

    Women's 200m final

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    Dina

    Female sprinters are watching this, they will see this and they will absolutely take notice. Dafne Schippers can tell them all about what happened here - she had a front row seat.

    She is absolutely now one of the best in the world. When other athletes are training for these world medals, they will have Dina Asher-Smith in mind.

  6. 'I have a lot more to come'

    Women's long jump

    Shara Proctor

    Long jump bronze medallist Shara Proctor, speaking on BBC TV: "It was a good competition, it was fun. I had to fight for my spot and I love that. I earned my spot, even though I wanted more.

    "I came away with a medal and I'm happy with that. The wind was back and forth, it was swirling so it was hard to adjust on the runway.

    "I'm back to where I want to be, I'm healthy, strong and confident, and I know I can go further. I have a lot more talent and a lot more to come."

  7. 'Six or seven teams focused on us'

    4x400m relay

    Martyn Rooney, who ran Britain's fourth leg, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a tough leg. There were six or seven teams that put themselves out there to beat us - not run their own race.

    "Everyone was so scared of us so, they changed their orders just to beat us - Spain front-loaded their team and I knew if I could track them I was going to be okay.

    "It's very tough, the timetable for the girls, but the team spirit has been incredible. Obviously Matt (Hudson-Smith) has done an amazing thing so we're buzzing for him - congrats to him and congrats to the women."

  8. 'I was cramping even before the final'

    4x400m relay

    Matthew Hudson-Smith after winning silver: "My legs were cramping even before the final and I was just hoping to get through the relay, do anything to just get over the line and I did what i needed to do."

  9. 'It wasn't good enough'

    4x400m relay

    Rabah Yousif after running the lead-off leg: "I tried to set them off the best I can. I felt a bit sluggish but I gave it my all. It wasn't good enough but we move on and we see what's next."

  10. Watch again: Rooney anchors GB to silver

    4x400m relay

    Watch as Martyn Rooney overtakes Spain's Bruno Hortelano on the home straight to win silver for GB's 4x400m relay team.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Men's GB 4x400m team win silver behind Germany
  11. 'Doyle ran smart'

    4x400m relay

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    Eildh Doyle

    That was a great race by the girls. It was well deserved, it was a competitive race and they were competitive.

    You have to give credit to Eilidh Doyle. She's always a competitor and that's why you always want her on the anchor leg. She ran smart and didn't depend on other athletes. She took a bit of a risk and it paid off.

  12. 'I just thought I'd go out there and run'

    Dina Asher-Smith

    Dina Asher-Smith after winning 200m gold: "This is completely new territory for me. I'm used to looking at people's performances and wishing I could do that and using that as motivation to train harder so to now do it, I'm honestly lost for words.

    "I've seen my mum and dad, my physio, they were all going bananas and I really want to see John (her coach) because all his patience, focus and dedication - it's testament to his skills that I could go and put these two times together this week.

    "I can't remember the race to be honest, I just thought I'd go out there and run."

  13. Get involved #bbceurochamps

    Cathy Clowes: Have to love @dinaashersmith on #bbceurochamps declaring she's lost for words whilst talking faster than she runs! She is a national treasure, an amazing talent and incredibly likeable. Can't wait for next year's World Champs.

    Usingh Bolt: What a cracking night of athletics from the European Championships tonight. Awesome run from Dina Asher-Smith but Norway's ingebrigtsen! Wow. 17 years old and is the 1500m and 5000m European champion. What a talent.

    Dina Asher-Smith
  14. 'GB can be happy'

    4x400m relay

    Steve Cram

    Commentator on BBC TV

    That is an excellent performance from a Poland quartet that asked their two stars to come back and do an incredible job for the team.

    Great Britain can be pretty happy with their performance - everyone ran a pretty solid race they just didn't quite have enough.

    That was just a great race.

  15. Bronze medal - Great Britain

    4x400m relay

    France's Flora Guei stays frustratingly out of range for Eilidh Doyle despite the Scot's best efforts.

    Still a bronze for Great Britain to pick up.

  16. Poland

    4x400m relay

    Justyna Swiety-Ersetic hangs on and delivers another excellent performance to deliver her second gold of the evening...

  17. Doyle third into last 100m

    4x400m relay

    Can she?