Ireland's Rhasidat Adeleke completes her sprint double at the Summer EYOF in Baku as she wins the girls' 200m ©Getty Images

Ireland’s Rhasidat Adeleke, already girls’ 100 metres champion, completed a sprint double as she won the girls’ 200m title on the fourth day of the athletics programme at the Summer European Youth Olympic Festival in Baku.

Adeleke won in 23.92sec in Tofiq Bahramov Stadium, with silver going to Hungary’s Mira Koszegi in 24.15 and bronze to France’s Serena Kouassi, who recorded 24.40.

Germany’s Blanka Doerfel set an EYOF record of 6:39.02 to win the girls’ 2,000m steeplechase.

Hungary’s Grete Varga took silver in 6:46.95, with bronze going to Norway’s Sigrid Alvik, who clocked 6:47.44.

Silja Kosonen of Finland won girls’ hammer gold with an EYOF record of 72.35m, with Rachele Mori of Italy second on 69.04 and Germany’s Esther Imariagbee third with 68.98.

The boys’ 200m final was won by Italy’s Federico Guglielmi in 21.11, with Denmark’s Tazana Kamanga-Dyrbak second in 21.15 and Poland’s Oliwer Wdowik third in 21.25.

Bulgaria’s Valentin Andreev won the boys' hammer gold with 82.72m, ahead of Germany’s Merlin Hummel, who threw 81.06, and Jean-Baptiste Bruxelle of France, who threw 78.44.

Sarah Vogel of Germany won the girls’ pole vault with 4.06m, with silver going to Clara Fernandez of Spain, who cleared 3.85, and bronze to Denmark’s Klara Loessl, who also had a best of 3.85.

The boys' pole vault title went to France’s Anthony Ammirati, who cleared 4.95m, with Finland’s Juho Alasaari taking silver on 4.90 and Belarus's Dzmitry Marsushkin earning bronze with 4.80.

The girls’ 400m hurdles title went to Salma Paralluelo in 57.95, Norway’s Andrea Rooth took silver in 59.05 and bronze went to France’s Madeline Abega in 59.28.

Finland’s Saga Vanninen won the girls’ heptathlon title with 5,913 points from Norway’s Henriette Jaeger, who scored 5,835, and Anastasia Dragomirova of Greece, who scored 5,817.

The boys’ 400m title went to Sweden’s Emil Johannson in 47.69, ahead of Poland’s Patryk Grzegorzewicz, who clocked 47.91, and Attila Molnar of Hungary who finished in 48.09.

The boys’ all-around artistic gymnastics gold at the National Gymnastics Arena went to Ukraine’s Illia Kovtun, who scored 82.000 points, with silver going to Russia’s Ivan Kuliak, who managed 81.100, and fellow Russian Mukhammadzhon Iakubov, who totalled 80.550.

Russia’s junior world champion Viktoria Listunova won the girls' all-around title with 56.000 points.

Silver went to Britain’s Ondine Achampong with 52.950 and bronze to Russia’s Iana Vorona, who scored 52.550.