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Live Reporting

By Katie Falkingham

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  1. Over to cycling

    Apt that I put a cycling video there, because that's what you can watch next at the top of this page. The finals are under way over at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

    Britain's Ollie Wood is in action in the 40km points race, can he get among the medals?

    This live text is now closing so thanks for keeping me company for the last three hours - it's been fun.

    Track cycling
  2. Kenny's back

    Women's elimination race

    Away from the swimming and Britain was bathing in gold earlier today when queen of the track Laura Kenny won her second European title of these championships.

    She won elimination race gold, two days after team pursuit success on Friday.

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  3. 'Brilliant team effort' - GB storm to 4x200m freestyle gold

    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    The swimming ended with another gold for Britain in the pool, this time in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay.

    Need another reminder? Watch how Calum Jarvis, Duncan Scott, Thomas Dean and James Guy became European champions below.

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  4. 'Third time lucky' - Davies' delight at Euro gold

    Women's 50m backstroke final

    That's the swimming done for the day at the Tollcross pool. We've seen Duncan Scott's swim, so let's take another look back at Georgia Davies' stunning effort to win 50m backstroke gold - her first individual European title.

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  5. WATCH: Scott takes 100m freestyle silver

    Men's 100m freestyle final

    There's no harm in having another look at that silver medal-winning swim, right?

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  6. Adlington tips Scott for Olympic medals

    Rebecca Adlington

    Double Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer on BBC TV

    Duncan Scott has come on so much from the Rio Olympics, when he got those relay medals.

    I think that in Tokyo he'll come away being a multiple Olympic medallist. I feel like he's just going from strength to strength as an athlete.

  7. Superb Scott

    That relay win means it's two medals in one day for Duncan Scott, having won 100m freestyle silver a little earlier on.

    He's already received his first medal, and he'll shortly be on the podium again with his relay team-mates, just another step higher.

    Duncan Scott
  8. 'We can beat Americans and Australians'

    Men’s 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Mark Foster

    Former freestyle world swimming champion on BBC TV

    We've got such strength in depth in that relay now.

    We can beat the Americans and Australians when we get it right, but now they seem to be getting it right all the time and that's the difference.

    Men's Freestyle Relay
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    Elaine Dove: Fabulous swim by British quartet

    David Talbot: OutSTANDING!

  10. 'This is one of the main relays'

    Men’s 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Duncan Scott, speaking to BBC TV: "We've shown good quality over the last couple of years in this event.

    "We all focused towards this relay, this is one of the main relays for Britain."

    James Guy: "It was definitely worth missing the 200m butterfly final for this."

  11. Post update

    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Britain's time there of 7:05.32 was a new championship record. Great result to end today's swimming session.

    They're talking with Sharron Davies now, let's see what they have to say.

    James Guy
  12. Gold medal - Great Britain

    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

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    Gold for Great Britain. Stunning leg from James Guy after a great effort from Calum Jarvis, Duncan Scott and Thomas Dean.

    Russia win silver and Italy take bronze.

  13. Britain's to lose?

    Men’s 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Adrian Moorhouse

    1988 Olympic 100m breaststroke champion on BBC TV

    Surely James Guy is not going to give this lead up?

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    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    James Guy is smashing this and he's a body length ahead with 100m to go.

    They're 1.28 seconds ahead, Russia second, Italy third.

    James Guy
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    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Russia have regained the lead from Britain at 500m, with Italy third. But Dean is really giving this his everything, he's not letting Russia get away and he finishes his leg in first!

    James Guy takes over for the final leg. He loves this kind of pressure.

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    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Italy have really come into this race in the second leg. They push Duncan Scott and Britain down into third at 300m.

    But hang on, it's a huge shift from Scott and he's put Britain well ahead. Great opportunity for Thomas Dean here as he takes over.

  17. 'It's going to be a battle'

    Men’s 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Adrian Moorhouse

    1988 Olympic 100m breaststroke champion on BBC TV

    It's well within our capabilities to win this gold medal, but it's going to be a battle and it's going to be pretty scrappy.

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    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Calum Jarvis leads Britain out in the first leg and moves into third place at the 150m mark.

    He finishes with Britain in second behind Russia and Duncan Scott dives in.

  19. Relay time

    Men's 4x200m freestyle relay final

    Right, time for the last final of the night and it comes in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay.

    Britain are the reigning world champions in this event. Calum Jarvis, Duncan Scott, Thomas Dean and James Guy are the quartet looking to bring European gold home.

    James Guy
  20. 'Brave and courageous'

    Men's 200m butterfly final

    Andy Jameson

    Commentator and former Olympic swimmer on BBC TV

    He's absolutely shattered - he can tell you how much that hurt in Hungarian.

    Brave, courageous, the swim of an 18-year-old champion and he has many years left in him.