On the second day in Glasgow, Scottish fans continued to be entertained as the Emirates Arena in downtown Glasgow had the 642 athletes from 50 countries. On day 2, Jakub Ingebrigtsen took the gold in the 3000m and Chris O’Hare took the silver in a nail biter with Norwegian brother, Henrik. Then, Karston Warholm won the 400m, giving Norway two gold medals in 2 hours-they had NEVER won an indoor medal before. Warholm equalled Thomas Schonleibe’s superb 45.05.
Here’s my take on day 2 of the European Athletics Indoor Championships. Thanks to Getty Images for the photos, Stuart Weir for all of his stories and Mike Deering on his podcast production.