Britain's Joe Fraser added to his three Commonwealth Games golds with the men's all-around title in Munich ©Getty Images

Britain's Joe Fraser continued his remarkable form to take men's all-around artistic gymnastics gold at the Munich 2022 European Championships.

Fraser ruptured his appendix and fractured his foot in the weeks building up to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, but recovered to win individual pommel horse and parallel bars gold and help England to the team title.

He began with what proved to be the lowest score of 13.633 in the floor exercise at the Olympiahalle in the German city, but recovered with superb displays on the pommel horse and parallel bars, top scoring in both with 14.600 and 15.066 respectively.

Scores of 14.266 with the rings and 14.300 in the vault contributed to his total, and left him requiring 13.266 on the horizontal bar for the win.

Fraser's 13.700 routine helped him to finish on a winning total of 85.565.

"To be honest, it's hard to believe that four weeks ago tomorrow I fractured my foot and I was unable to do six apparatus as much as I tried to get back for the Commonwealth Games," he said afterwards.

"Actually, in hindsight I'm glad that I took myself off of that competition, because now I was able to do six apparatus.

"Maybe not quite to the best of my ability, but good enough to be European champion.

"Honestly, I'm over the world."

Turkish pair Ahmet Önder and Adem Asil took silver and bronze respectively, scoring 85.131 and 84.465.

Austria's Jakob Schubert took gold in the men's boulder and lead sport climbing final ©Getty Images
Austria's Jakob Schubert took gold in the men's boulder and lead sport climbing final ©Getty Images

Olympic bronze medallist Jakob Schubert of Austria claimed the men's boulder and lead title at the Königsplatz sport climbing venue.

Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic was crowned lead champion earlier in the Championships, and led after the boulder stage with 80.7 points.

Schubert ranked fourth at the halfway stage, but remained in contention with a score of 80.5, and the lead world champion notched 95.1 in the second part of the competition to take gold with 175.6.

Ondra took second with 170.8 after posting 90.1 on the lead route, while Olympic champion Alberto Ginés López of Spain climbed from fifth to third.

López scored 61.7 from the boulder element, but recovered to score 90.0 on the lead route and finish on 151.7.

The boulder and lead format is set to be one of the two medal events at the Paris 2024 Olympics, the other being the speed competition.

Sweden's Mattias Falck and Kristian Karlsson claimed men's doubles table tennis gold at the Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, coming from behind to beat Daniel Habesohn and Robert Gardos of Austria 10-12, 11-1, 11-5, 13-11.

Alexis Lebrun and Félix Lebrun of France took bronze after losing 3-11, 11-7, 11-8, 11-6 to the Austrian pair in the semi-finals, and they were joined on the podium by Sweden's Jon Persson and Anton Källberg after a 10-12, 11-8, 11-8, 11-9 defeat to their compatriots.

The mixed pair of Austria's Sofia Polcanova and Romania's Bernadette Szocs took women's doubles gold, beating Romanian pair Elizabeta Samara and Andreea Dragoman 18-16, 11-6, 11-9 in straight games.

Luxembourg's Ni Xialian and Sarah De Nutte lost 6-11, 11-6, 11-9, 11-6 to Samara and Dragoman in their semi-final.

They took bronze along with Spain's María Xiao and Romania's Adina Mihaela Diaconu, who were beaten 11-2, 11-7, 11-6 by Polcanova and Szocs.

The Munich 2022 European Championships is set to continue tomorrow, with medals on offer in athletics, canoe sprint and mountain bike.