Last year's 1:42 sensation Amel Tuka (1:45.74) and France's Pierre-Ambrose Bosse (1:45.79) were back in 4th and 5th. Germany's Gesa-Felicitas Krause dominated the steeple in 9:18. Gianmarco Tamberi took the HJ in 2.32m, Llias Fifa lead Spain to a 1-2 finish in the 5K. Poland's Angelika Cichocka took the 1500 in 4:33.00 over Sifan Hassan (4:33.76). Sara Moreira (70:19) and Tadesse Abraham (62:03) won the half-marathon.
*UK Men's 4x100 And Women's 4x400 Take Euro Gold The Netherlands took the women's 4x100 and Belgium men (with three Borlee brothers) the 4x400.
*GB's Former World 800 Medalist Jenny Meadows Announces Her Retirement After Injury At Euro Champs Ends Her Olympic Hopes She injured her hamstring in the heats. She said, "I've done this sport for 28 years, I've given my all and it's taken a lot from me. I definitely won't miss it."
*British High Jumper Isobel Pooley Will Miss Rio Due To Ankle Injury After Failing To Make Euro Final A specialist told her she "would be made to compete" through it.
*Ireland's Ciara Mageean Gets Euro 1500m Bronze
*Cathal Dennehy Talks To Mageean'w Coach, Jerry Kiernan Who Says He'd "Blame Himself" If She Failed
*European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen Will Raise "Country Hopping" Issue With The IAAF Turkey is being accused of "buying" its way to success after it took home several medals won by former Kenyan and Jamaican athletes.
*Ireland Independent Article Supporting Fionnuala McCormack's Outburst Against Citizenship Changes
Sifan Hassan and German steepler Gesa Felicitas Krause in the 1500.
Fabienne Kohlmann won the 800 in 1:59.54 as Gesa-Felicitas Krause set a German-soil record to win the steeple in 9:32.20. *Full Results