Neil Gourley won silver in the 1500 meters at the European Indoor Championships, giving Great Britain three medals.

At the European Indoor Championships in Istanbul, Britain’s Neil Gourley earned the silver medal in the men’s 1500-meter event, while teammates Melissa Courtney-Bryant and Daryll Neita took home the bronze.

Olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen set a fast pace, which Gourley tried to match, but the Norwegian held him back in the latter stages.

Neita finished third in the women’s 60-meter final with a time of 7.12 seconds.

GB’s first medal was won by Courtney-Bryant on Friday in the women’s 3,000-meter race.

In a stunning women’s pentathlon tournament, Belgium’s Nafissatou Thiam set a new world record with 5055 points.

How to watch the BBC’s coverage of the European Indoor Championships
In Istanbul, Keely Hodgkinson hopes to seize the moment.
Gourley gathers silver that is “essential.”
After setting a British record in Birmingham last week, the in-form and self-assured athlete

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