Tuesday 31 May
Gymnastics: Wilson becomes first British high bar European champion
Rowing: Men's four dig deep to seal dramatic World Cup gold
Canoe - Sprint: Double gold for Great Britain as Heath collects two medals
Archery: Great Britain miss gold by slimmest of margins
Athletics: Johnson-Thompson hits heptathlon target while Farah expects more
Judo: Powell wins bronze to ensure she is highest ranked Brit
Modern Pentathlon: Top ten finish for Cooke means Rio is in sight
Boxing: Lionhearts book their place in first World Series final
Equestrian: Great Britain defend FEI Nations Cup title in Rome
Cycling - Track: GB cyclists collect medal haul on final test
Tuesday 31 May
Wilson becomes first British high bar European champion
Gymnastics: Nile Wilson made history by becoming Great Britain’s first ever high bar European champion in Berne, Switzerland.
A last-routine score of 15.3 propelled Wilson above compatriot Kristian Thomas, who scored 15.0 and finished with silver to add to his fourth place finishes in the floor and vault finals.
Great Britain took silver in the team final, while Louis Smith and Courtney Tulloch also placed fourth in the pommel horse and the rings respectively.
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Men's four dig deep to seal dramatic World Cup gold
Rowing: The men’s four clinched a dramatic gold at the World Rowing Cup as Great Britain captured five medals across the meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland.
With Callum McBrierty, subbing in for the ill Constantine Louloudis, alongside Alex Gregory, George Nash and Moe Sbihi, the Brits hauled in the Australia boat in the final two strokes to win by 0.27 seconds.
The women’s eight and the men’s quad recorded silver medals, while the men’s pair took bronze.
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Double gold for Great Britain as Heath collects two medals
Canoe - Sprint: Liam Heath and Lani Belcher both captured gold medals to finish the Sprint World Cup in Czech Republic on a high.
On the final day in Racice, Heath powered to victory in the kayak K1 200m event, while Belcher triumphed in the K1W 5000m. Heath also secured a bronze medal alongside Jonathan Schofield in Saturday’s K2 200m final.
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Great Britain miss gold by slimmest of margins
Archery: Great Britain’s men’s recurve team missed out on gold by the finest of margins against Russia at the European Archery Championships in Nottingham, part of UK Sport's National Lottery funded #EveryRoadtoRio event series.
Larry Godfrey, Kieran Slater and Patrick Huston took the contest to a shoot-off but, with the scores tied, Russia were deemed the winners as their arrow was closest to the centre, and Britain were forced to settle for silver.
The GB women’s team lost out in their bronze medal match against Germany.
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Johnson-Thompson hits heptathlon target while Farah expects more from 10,000m
Athletics: Heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson hit the Olympic qualifying mark with a sixth place overall finish at the Hypo-meeting in Gotzis, Austria.
With 6,200 points required for the 23-year-old to put herself in a position to be eligible for Rio 2016, Johnson-Thompson posted 6,304 including three personal bests on the day one of competition.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah ran his third fastest 10,000m time to take victory at the Profontaine Classic in Oregon, USA.
"I'm kind of disappointed. I was hoping to run a lot faster," said Farah, who clocked 26 minutes 53.71 seconds on his first outing since the 2015 World Championships.
Andrew Butchart thundered to victory in the Vitality London 10,000m race, a race which doubles as the British Championships.
The 24-year-old ran a personal best of 28 minutes 28 seconds to record his second Olympic qualifying time, heading into the Olympic trials next month.
Lily Partridge won the women's race, while David Weir and Shelly Woods won the men's and women's wheelchair races.
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Powell wins bronze to ensure she is highest ranked Brit
Judo: Natalie Powell claimed a bronze medal at the World Masters in Mexico to ensure she is the highest Brit in the world rankings heading into Rio 2016.
Powell downed China’s Zhehui Zhang in the -78kg bronze medal contest to boost her world ranking to eighth, four places ahead of London 2012 silver medallist Gemma Gibbons.
Both athletes meet the Olympic requirement of being ranking in the world’s top 14 but each nation can only select one athlete per weight category for the Olympics.
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Top ten finish for Cooke means Rio is in sight
Modern Pentathlon: A ninth place finish in the Modern Pentathlon World Championships means Jamie Cook is preparing to compete at Rio 2016.
The 25-year-old was second overall in the swimming discipline to round off the Olympic qualifying period as the best placed British athlete. The team announcement will be confirmed on June 8.
For more: Pentathlon GB
Lionhearts book their place in first World Series final
Boxing: The British Lionhearts reached their first ever World Series of Boxing final with a convincing day two victory over the reigning champions Astana Arlans Kazakhstan at York Hall.
Taking a 3-2 lead into the Friday night session, the Lionhearts advanced 7-3 on aggregate with wins from Luke McCormack, Frazer Clarke and overseas selections Koryun Soghomonyan of Armenia and Bulgaria’s Radoslav Pantaleev. Last year’s finalists Cuba Domodores lie in wait for the Lionhearts.
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Great Britain defend FEI Nations Cup title in Rome
Equestrian – Jumping: Great Britain lifted the FEI Nations Cup after a thrilling final round in Rome.
The quartet of John Whitaker, his younger brother Michael, Ben Maher and Jessica Mendonza delivered the victorious performance to retain the title for the second year.
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GB cyclists collect medal haul on final test
Cycling – Track: There were some strong Great Britain performances a the Coupe de France Fenioux Piste in Paris as track cyclists competed in the final major track event before the Rio 2016 team announcement.
Double Olympic champion Laura Trott led home a GB one-two followed by Katie Archibald in the onmium, while Katy Marchant followed up with a silver in the keirin. Callum Skinner and Matt Crampton picked up bronze medals in the spring and keirin respectively.
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