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  1. Athletics - GB women and men win 4x100m gold in Berlin
  2. Dina Asher-Smith claims third gold & Zharnel Hughes second
  3. Laura Muir wins 1500m gold & Laura Weightman bronze
  4. Eilish McColgan wins 5,000m silver
  5. GB second in overall medal table with 26 golds behind Russia (31)
  6. Gymnastics: Cunningham wins floor gold, Tulloch claims rings bronze
  7. Whitlock seventh in pommel horse as Ireland's McClenaghan wins gold
  8. Golf - Thomson and Maclaren beat Hall & Davies to win bronze

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye!

    Berlin 2018 mascot Berlino

    Berlino is kicking back in the steeplechase water jump, like Jamie Vardy in Repino.

    Time for us to follow him into the night and say good bye.

    Until next time.

  2. Marvellous Muir

    Women's 1500m

    It may have been the final day of the Championships but more gold medals were still to come for GB.

    Laura Muir took 1500m gold for her first major outdoor title with team-mate Laura Weightman getting bronze.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Laura Muir hits front early to win GB's first ever 1500m gold
  3. Double delight for Asher-Smith

    Women's 200m

    Dina Asher-Smith won 100m gold earlier in the week but one European title was simply not enough for Britain's latest golden girl.

    She blew her opponents away in the 200m final and became the first woman to dip under 22 seconds this year with her winning time of 21.89 seconds.

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    Video caption: GB's Dina Asher-Smith eases to the European sprinting double with 200m gold
  4. Hudson-Smith wins 400m title

    Men's 400m

    Matt Hudson-Smith won Britain's third athletics gold in Berlin, clinching victory in the men's 400m.

    He made an explosive start before tiring on the home straight but just held on for the win - before telling BBC Sport he was "never doing that again".

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    Video caption: Hudson-Smith wins 400m gold
  5. Hughes and Prescod win gold and silver

    Men's 100m

    There was plenty more to come from GB on the track on Tuesday, with a British one-two the order of the day in the men's 100m.

    Zharnel Hughes took gold with team-mate and British champion Reece Prescod winning silver - with just 0.01 seconds separating them.

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    Video caption: Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes & Reece Prescod win 100m gold & silver
  6. Asher-Smith wins first gold

    Women's 100m

    Dina Asher-Smith got GB up and running (literally!) in Berlin with gold in the women's 100m, setting a new British record time of 10.85 seconds in the process.

    Michael Johnson called her performance "incredibly impressive" - but she wasn't done there...

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    Video caption: Dina Asher-Smith wins 100m gold with a British record time of 10.85 seconds
  7. Relay royalty: part two

    The women may have led the way but the men soon followed in their footsteps to make it a golden 4x100m relay double for GB in Berlin.

    CJ Ujah, Zharnel Hughes, Adam Gemili and Harry Aikines-Aryeetey - stepping in for the injured Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake - left their opponents in their wake to add the European title to their ever increasing haul.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Great Britain win men's 4x100m relay gold
  8. Relay royalty: part one

    When Dina Asher-Smith is involved, you just know it's going to mean more gold.

    And it certainly did in the women's 4x100m final, as Asher-Smith, Asha Philip, Bianca Williams and Imani Lansiquot powered home to be crowned European champions.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Dina Asher-Smith leads GB women to 4x100m gold
  9. 'I wanted a medal too'

    5000m final

    Eilish McColgan

    European 5,000m silver medallist Eilish McColgan, speaking to BBC TV: "I knew I'd done all the work in that race. Every time I come to championships, I sit in and then get kicked.

    "I knew that I finish really strong, so I knew if I was in touching distance, I could catch. I just wanted to stay with them.

    "I can't explain how happy I am. My family will be going crazy. I'm over the moon. I saw Laura Muir and Laura Weightman grab medals while I was in the call room and I just thought 'I want one too'.

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    Vicki Spreadbury: Whooo! Well done boys!! How GOOD is it to see relay teams smoothly get that baton round? Well done Harry coming in at the last minute.

    TopTrevor: The back straight from Zharnel Hughes.....Woof!

    Stuart Norris: YES BOYS

  11. GB top the table


    Great Britain top the track and field table.

  12. 'We've seen some great champions'

    Michael Johnson

    Four-time Olympic gold medallist athlete on BBC TV

    We've seen some great champions here. Coming into these championships, I thought the standard was a little low, but I was happy to see that standard grow.

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    Andrew: We are the sprint kings and queens of Europe! Superb way to sign off what were a brilliant championships. Berlin, you took my breath away.

    James: Really hope that this European Championships format is repeated in the future. It’s been a great week of multi-disciplined sport

  14. Final overall medal table

    Final table

    Britain collected more medals than anyone else, but Russia hoovered up more golds to earn top spot.

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    Emma Kate: I'm really going to miss the European Championships. The future looks bright for Team GB.

    Andy Naish: Really enjoyed the GB performances in the European Athletics Championships. But also the camaraderie and respect displayed by athletes from all nations.

    Jonathan: So proud of all our @TeamGB athletes at these #EuropeanChampionships from across all the sports. Loved the way they brought them all together.

  16. 'We're family'

    Hary AA

    Harry Aikines-Aryeetey: "It's an amazing feeling, literally amazing - it shows the strength in depth that we have, Nethaneel made a really smart decision not to run, we practice for these situations - for when something goes wrong and unfortunately it happened to Nethaneel but anyone is ready to go in there, there's levels to us and we're family. It's an amazing feeling."

  17. Post update

    Adam Gemili speaking to BBC Sport: "I was just trying to run it as hard as I could. We were quite cold as we were in the warm-up area for a long time. I feel so fortunate to be a part of this team and I'm just so happy."