Dina Asher-Smith claimed her third gold medal of the championships by anchoring Britain’s women to victory in the 4x100m relay.
The day after adding 200m gold to her 100m crown, the 22-year-old powered away from the field down the home straight to bring the team home in a world-leading 41.88 seconds.
Asha Philip, Imani-Lara Lansiquot and Bianca Williams gave Asher-Smith the platform from which to secure victory and the Londoner did not disappoint.
Victory saw Asher-Smith become the first woman since 1990 to complete the sprint treble at the Europeans.
Of her achievement, she said on the BBC: “I’m just honestly so proud to have done it.”
Britain’s men also took sprint relay gold. The team of CJ Ujah, Zharnel Hughes, Adam Gemili and Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, in for the injured Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, came home in 37.80secs, ahead of Turkey and Holland.
Hughes, who won the individual 100m earlier in the week, said on the BBC: “I’m so happy man, the team is so strong.” The relay victories ensured Britain topped the medal table in Berlin with seven golds and 18 medals in total.