|2018 European Championships|
|Venues: Glasgow and Berlin Dates: 2-12 August|
|Coverage: Live across BBC TV, BBC Radio 5 live and sports extra plus the BBC Sport website with further coverage on BBC iPlayer, Red Button, Connected TVs and mobile app.|
Britain’s Adam Peaty will bid for a fourth gold of the 2018 European Championships in the men’s 4x100m medley relay on Thursday evening.
The 11-time European champion has already won gold in the 50 and 100m breaststroke and 4x100m mixed medley.
Earlier on Thursday, double Olympic medallist Jazz Carlin came 14th in the open water 10k, with Alice Dearing and Danielle Huskisson in 12th and 15th.
Jack Burnell finished seventh in the men’s event and Tobias Robinson ninth.
Beginning at 16:45 BST, there are nine medals to be won on the final evening of swimming in Glasgow, with the men’s 4x100m medley the penultimate event at 17:58 BST.
Britain’s men’s and women’s 4x100m medley teams both qualified for Thursday’s finals, with Peaty, 23, left out of the morning’s heats.
The men’s team of Brodie Williams, James Wilby, Jacob Peters and Duncan Scott finished third fastest while Kathleen Dawson, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Alys Thomas and Freya Anderson qualified second quickest in the women’s event.
Holly Hibbott posted the second fastest time in qualifying to progress to the final of the 400m freestyle, where she will be joined by team-mate Eleanor Faulkner.
Ben Proud, the 50m butterfly silver medallist, goes in the 50m freestyle final, before Imogen Clark competes in the 50m breaststroke while James Guy will feature in the men’s 100m butterfly final.
Max Litchfield attempts a second medal in Glasgow in the 400m individual medley having posted the second fastest time in Thursday morning’s heats.
‘Everyone gets whacked’
Carlin, 27, won 400m and 800m freestyle silver at Rio 2016 but has switched to the distance event for Tokyo 2020 and was making her championship debut in open water.
“I made a few dodgy decisions and it didn’t really pay off, so I guess it’s about learning and finding out what works best for me,” she said.
“On the second or third lap I had a little tear to myself after I got hit around the nose. It’s just one of those things you’ve got to get used to. Everyone gets hit, everyone gets whacked.”
Dearing, 21, added: “I ended up placing a lot higher than I thought I would. It was fine going out but coming back on the long straight was very wavy so that made it a lot harder. There’s a lot I can learn from this.”
In the men’s event, 2016 European silver medallist Burnell, 25, finished ahead of team-mates Robinson and Caleb Hughes, who finished in 29th.