Levine takes controversial silver
- From the section Athletics
Nigel Levine wins a silver medal in the 400m at the European Indoor Championships, after overtaking Russia's Pavel Trenikhin on the home straight.
Levine finished second in his first European final with a season's best time of 46.21 seconds, but Trenikhin appeared to be unhappy with the Briton after the race, believing that he had tripped him on the final bend.
The race was led and won by the Czech Republic's 2012 European outdoor champion, Pavel Maslak. Levine's fellow Briton Michael Bingham finished fifth, while team-mate Richard Strachan was sixth.
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