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Live Reporting

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  1. Who is involved for GB?

    Great Britain, one of 12 nations in action in the Polish city of Bydgoszcz, have named a 54-strong team for the event from 9-11 August.

    Harry Aikines-Aryeetey and Dwayne Cowan have been selected for the men's 100m and 400m respectively having both claimed victory at the championships two years ago.

    4x100m relay Olympic bronze medalist Daryll Neita goes in the women's 100m and Sophie Hitchon goes in the hammer throw.

    Britain came fourth in 2017, with Germany taking the title.

    Harry Aikines-Aryeetey
  2. Watch the European Team Championships

    All times are BST and subject to change.

    Live action from this year’s event will be shown on the BBC Red Button on Friday and on BBC Two on Saturday and Sunday – with all of the action also available on the BBC Sport website and app. You can also watch everything live or on catch-up with the BBC iPlayer.

    Saturday 10 August

    14:30-19:00 – BBC Two and BBC Sport website & app

    19:00-23:30 – BBC Red Button (repeat)

    Sunday 11 August

    13:30-18:00 – BBC Two and BBC Sport website & app

    18:00-22:30 – BBC Red Button (repeat)

  3. What are the European Team Championships?

    The European Team Championships are a unique event in which medals aren’t awarded to athletes for their performances in individual events – but to the top three countries at the end, who are ranked based on their athletes’ efforts.

    The event first took place in 2009 and comprises four leagues, with Great Britain competing in the top tier – the Super League – alongside the likes of France and reigning champions Germany.

    This year, the Super League is being hosted in Bydgoszcz, Poland, with GB hoping to improve on their fourth-placed finish two years ago. GB have never won the Super League, with their best performance coming in 2010 when they finished as runners-up in Bergen.

    Meghan Beesley
  4. How to get into athletics

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

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    Video caption: Get Inspired: Denise Lewis on athletics

    You might want to be the next Mo Farah, or just want to get fit and see how well you can do - either way, athletics can be the sport for you.

    It includes a huge variety of disciplines, so whether you want to run, jump or throw you can find an activity that suits you.

    Find local athletics opportunities in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.