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Live Reporting

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  1. Belcher celebrates early as US win 4x100m men's relay

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    Video caption: Belcher celebrates early as US win 4x100m men's relay
  2. Nedasekau wins high jump with world leading 2.35m

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    Video caption: Nedasekau of Belarus wins high jump with world leading 2.35m
  3. Jonathas beats Felix in women's 400m

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    Video caption: Jonathas beats nine-time Olympic medallist Felix in women's 400m
  4. Thompson pips GB's Wightman to 1500m win

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    Video caption: Thompson pips GB's Wightman to 1500m win
  5. Rodgers of the US wins men's 100m

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    Video caption: Rodgers of the US wins men's 100m
  6. 100m favourite Young disqualified for false start

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    Video caption: 100m favourite Young disqualified for false start
  7. GB's Neita wins women's 100m

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    Video caption: GB's Daryll Neita wins women's 100m
  8. What are day one's events?

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    Day one's events
  9. What are day one's events?

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    Day one events
  10. Who to look out for

    The Match will showcase some of the best athletes that Europe and the USA have to offer.

    European stars to watch include 2017 world champions Pawel Fajdek, Ramil Guliyev, Mariya Lasitskene, Sandra Perkovic and Katerini Stefanidi.

    There will be 23 Brits competing for team Europe, including Laviai Nielsen, Nick Miller, Eilish McColgan, Richard Kilty and Meghan Beesley.

    The standout names on the American squad include reigning Olympic champions Michelle Carter and Brianna McNeal, as well as multiple global title winners Allyson Felix and Brittney Reese.

    Daryll Neita
  11. What is the Match: Europe v USA?

    In its first year, the competition will see 300 athletes from across Europe and the USA compete in Minsk to win the Match trophy.

    There are four athletes from each team in every contest, and they will compete in over 30 different disciplines across two days.

    The Match is the final major international outing for athletes ahead of the World Championships in Doha later this month.

  12. Get inspired: How to get into athletics

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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.

    Take a look at our full guide to find out more.

  13. How to watch

    The BBC will bring you live coverage of The Match Athletics: Europe v USA which you can follow on BBC Red Button, BBC website & app and Connected TV.

    Monday, 9 September

    16:50 – 20:00 - The Match: Europe vs USA day one, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website & app

    Tuesday, 10 September

    16:50 – 20:00 - The Match: Europe vs USA day two, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website & app

    You can also catch-up on all of the action on the BBC iPlayer.