European Indoor Athletics - GB wins 9 medals in Prague

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Great Britain finished third on the medal table at The Indoor Athletics Championship in Prague at the weekend with two gold, four silver and three bronze medals. 

GB's Richard Kilty added European gold to his medal tally with a win in the 60m on Sunday. The World indoor 60m champion ran a season's best of 6.51 seconds in a race where his main rival and team-mate Chijindu Ujah was disqualified for a false start.

19-year-old Dina Asher-Smith secured 60m silver to become the first British female in 30 years to win a medal in the event. She also equalled the British record of 7.08, finishing only 0.03 secs behind champion Dafne Schippers, becoming the fastest teenager in the history of the 60m. 

In a tense race, Britain's Chris O'Hare held on to claim bronze in the 1500m with a season's best of 3:38.96, while 21-year-old Charlie Grice clocked a personal best 3:39.43 to finish fifth.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson became only the second women to break the 5,000 point mark for indoor pentathlon, setting a new British record in the process. She ran an impressive 2:12:77 in the 800m and set a PB in the 60m hurdles. 

The women's 4x400m relay team - Kelly Massey, Seren Bundy-Davies, Laura Maddox and Kirsten McAslan - took silver just behind the French quartet. 

Britain's Guy Learmonth (1:47.84) was sixth in the men's 800m, a race won by the overwhelming pre-race favourite Marcin Lewandowski (1:46.67) of Poland. Ireland's Mark English (1:47.20) took silver.