British swimmers win three gold medals at European level

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Peaty beats Murdoch to European 100m gold

Britain's swimmers claimed three gold medals and set a new world record on day two of the European Championships in Berlin, Germany.

Chris Walker-Hebborn won gold in the 100m backstroke, before Adam Peaty beat compatriot Ross Murdoch to take the 100m breaststroke title.

Peaty, Walker-Hebborn, Fran Halsall and Jemma Lowe then combined to win the first European 4x100m mixed medley title in a world-record time.

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Walker-Hebborn wins backstroke gold

The three golds took Team GB to the top of the medal table in the pool.

They have also won two silvers and four bronzes.

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