Jakob Ingebrigtsen won the men's European Cross Country Championships race ©Getty Images

Olympic men's 1,500 metres champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen and Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal claimed the men's and women's titles at the European Cross Country Championships in Dublin, giving Norway both gold medals.

Over the 10-kilometre course, Ingebrigtsen was far in front of a star-studded field, finishing in a time of 30min 15sec at La Mandria Park in the Irish capital.

Some of the top European distance runners were present at the Championships, with Turkey's Aras Kaya taking the silver medal 14sec adrift.

Jimmy Gressier was five seconds behind to give France the bronze medal - leading home a team of incredible depth.

Hugo Hay was fourth, Yann Schrub was sixth and Felix Bour was eighth to claim team gold.

Other notable names in the field included Belgian Isaac Kimeli, who was the second home from his team after fifth-placed Michael Somers.

Spain's Carlos Mayo was 11th, his team-mate Adel Mechaal was 16th and British Olympian Andy Butchart was 23rd.

Twice European bronze medallist on the track, Grøvdal took cross country gold by 10sec in the women's 8km race after besting Meraf Bahta of Sweden in the second half of the race.

She finished in 26:34, beating a swarm of top athletes including Bahta who took silver.

The top athletes were all strung out, with German Alina Reh claiming the bronze medal in front of experienced distance athletes Britain's Jessica Judd and Reh's compatriot Konstanze Klosterhalfen.

Britain took the team gold medal with Jennifer Nisbett, Jessica Gibbon and Abbie Donnelly completing the counting four from places 10th to 12th.

Another gold went to the Britons - who topped the medal table at the end of the day - in the mixed relay.

Hannah Nuttall and Luke Duffy gave the team a modest start before Alexandra Bell put the quartet into the lead, which was then kept by Ben West.

France's Aurore Fleury, Azeddine Habz, Alexa Lemitre and Alexis Miellet won silver in front of Belgium's Elise Vanderlest, Ruben Verheyden, Vanessa Scaunet and Stijn Baeten - who beat Ireland in a photo finish for bronze.

In the under-23 races, Britain's Charlie Hicks and Nadia Battocletti of Italy won the men's and women's races.

Denmark's Axel Vang Christensen won the men's under-20 race in his year at the age group, while Megan Keith gave Britain another gold medal by winning the women's under-20 race.