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Summary

  1. Great Britain win two golds, four silvers and a bronze on day three
  2. Swimming - Adam Peaty breaks world record to win 100m breaststroke gold
  3. Peaty clocks 57.00 seconds, with team-mate James Wilby taking silver
  4. Track cycling - Ethan Hayter, 19, wins omnium gold
  5. Katie Archibald wins 3,000m individual pursuit silver
  6. Swimming - GB also win 4x200m mixed freestyle bronze
  7. Rowing - GB win silver in men's four & women's eights
  8. Gymnastics - GB fourth in women's team event

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By Mike Henson and Katie Falkingham

All times stated are UK

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  1. Bye for now

    Georgia Davies

    That is all from Glasgow for today.

    Catch us tomorrow for more thrills and spills with Laura Kenny and Georgia Davies also in action.

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    Lee Fergusson: Well done Ethan Hayter!! Gold Medal!

  3. Watch Hayter's winning moment

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Great Britain's Ethan Hayter wins omnium gold
  4. Best of the day's action

    Katie Archibald comes up short in her bid for a fifth successive European pursuit title.

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: GB's Katie Archibald fails to defend individual pursuit title

    Team-mate Adam Peaty sets a new world record as he ties up 100m breastroke gold.

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    Video caption: GB's Peaty breaks breaststroke world record to win gold

    And in a thrilling end to the day, teenage track tyro Ethan Hayter claims omnium gold with a tremendous ride in the competition-closing points race.

  5. Medal table

    Medal table
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    Zoe Norbury: Team GB absolutely smashing it today!

  7. Tomorrow

    There are 25 gold medals on offer tomorrow.

    Dani Rowe will take on the Dutch dominance in the women's road race.

    Britain's Georgia-Mae Fenton goes in the uneven bars, while Duncan Scott will have a chorus line of thousands roaring him on in the men's 100m freestyle.

  8. 'I can't believe it'

    Men's omnium

    Ethan Hayter

    European gold-medallist Ethan Hayter: "I can't believe it to be honest. I messed up the scratch race at the start of the day but had good enough legs to come second.

    "I got in that important break near the start and then had enough legs to track the breakaways and ride within myself.

    "I didn't quite make it at the Commonwealths so it's great to win today. I've had a bit of a breakthrough year this year.

    "The main goal is to get to Tokyo - and the toughest thing there will be getting in the team - but if I get in I'll just try to win as many golds as possible.

    "My mum normally comes but they've gone on holiday, so I've done better being on my own."

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    Chris Seal: Incredible ride from Ethan Hayter in the omnium. From fifth to gold in the points race. What a performance!

  10. Hayter wins omnium gold

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    Video caption: European Championships 2018: Great Britain's Ethan Hayter wins omnium gold

    Ethan Hayter has been compared to Sir Bradley Wiggins by the sideburned one's former Olympic team-mate Ed Clancy.

    He has just beaten the world champion and Olympic champion in their own discipline.

    Remember the name.

    Ethan Hayter
  11. 'Faultless performance'

    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    Sir Chris Hoy

    Six-time Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    Outstanding. An absolutely faultless performance from Ethan Hayter. He rode very maturely and we saw the change of pace he had when he needed to.

    Moving forward, this will do his chances of getting selected as Great Britain's number one omnium rider for Tokyo no harm at all.

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    Antony Barton: A 19-year-old being a European champion of their sport... Wow, just wow.

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    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    Simon Brotherton

    Commentator on BBC TV

    What a star in the making, 19-year-old Ethan Hayer takes a big, big win.

  14. Gold - Ethan Hayter - Great Britain

    Men's omnium

    The teenager lands his first individual gold at a major championships with a supremely commanding ride.

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  15. 'The job is done'

    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    Hayter in the middle of the field - he knows the job is done.

    Fantastic, tactical ride from him.

    hayter wins
  16. Two laps to go

    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    There are double points available for the final sprint of the race, but that is not going to be enough to overhaul Britain's Ethan Hayter at the top of the standings.

  17. Hayter third in 10-lap sprint

    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    Ethan Hayter has a 20-point lead over Elia Vivani with just 2.5km to go.

    Vivani and the rest need to gain a lap on the Briton to deny him the European title.

  18. Sprint, rest and sprint again

    Men's omnium - 25km points race

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    I think Hayter's pretty spent now and knows he can't do the chasing alone.

    It's absolutely exploding, this race.

    He's had a little breather that he needed.