Source: Sam Farr for Matchtight

GB women’s relay team strike gold

Emily Diamond (pictured above) and Eilidh Doyle continued their Rio 2016 Olympic Games preparations in style on Sunday as they helped Great Britain win women’s 4x400m relay gold at the European Championships in Amsterdam. The University of Bath-based athletes teamed up with Anyika Onuora and Seren Bundy-Davies to take the continental style in a world-leading

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Source: Pentathlon GB

Team GB win Silver at Pentathlon European Championships

Joanna Muir produced fantastic performances across all five disciplines to finish 5th in the Senior Modern Pentathlon European Championships today with Team GB 2016 Olympians Kate French and Samantha Murray 10th and 17th respectively in Sofia. The three individual performances meant the British trio claimed team silver whilst defending champion Laura Asadauskaite retained the title

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Source: Clare Green for Matchtight

Senior Modern Pentathlon European Championships

Cooke and Choong narrowly miss out on relay medal at Senior Modern Pentathlon European Championships Jamie Cooke and Joe Choong finished 4th in the Men’s Relay at the Senior European Championships in Sofia today, agonisingly missing out on a podium position by a single second in their final appearance before the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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Source: GB Police

GB Police ready for European Championships

2nd USPE European Police Championship Football Women GB Police Women’s football team will be playing in the 2nd USPE European Police Championship in Prague this week. They will face hosts Czech Republic in their first game on Tuesday 21 June before playing Denmark and then Norway on consecutive days – a really tough schedule. Pools and all fixtures

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Source: Tennis Foundation

GB win 6 medals at European Deaf Tennis Championships

 Great Britain players completed the 13th European Deaf Tennis Championships with a tremendous haul of six medals over the weekend in Portoroz, Slovenia, claiming one gold medal, three silver medals and two bronze medals. Seven players on the Tennis Foundation’s Deaf Tennis Performance Programme were selected for the eight-day tournament, with 2015 World Championships boys’ singles gold medallist Esah

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