Glory and pain: Eilidh Child heads for gold in the 400 metres hurdles

European Athletics Championships 2014: Eilidh Child comes of age with hurdles gold

Scot clings on to claim European title as she beats a bout of nerves and high-class field
Medal men: Winner Mo Farah and team-mate Andy Vernon, who took silver, celebrate their 10,000m success.

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Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad

Shirtless Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad should have kept his gold

Frenchman had his medal stripped for celebration

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Martyn Rooney delivers on promise with 400m gold in European Championships

Martyn Rooney finally delivers on his potential with gold in Zurich

Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad

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European Athletics Championships 2014: Dina Asher-Smith makes the grade on and off track

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James Dasaolu (left) edges out France’s Christophe Lemaitre to win the 100m
Jo Pavey from Great Britain poses with the flag after the women's 10'000m final race

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Lynsey Sharp will look to add European gold to her Commonwealth Games silver

European Athletics Championships 2014: Lynsey Sharp looks to write new chapter into already extraordinary season

800m runner looking to add European gold to her Commonwealth Games silver

Jo Pavey crosses the line to win the women’s 10,000m

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Mo Farah: Heart scare led to Glasgow absence

British runner reveals why he missed Commonwealth Games as he aims for double glory at European Championships

James Dasaolu runs his personal best of 9.91sec in the 100m in Birmingham last summer

James Dasaolu fit for a tilt at Linford Christie’s 100m record

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