Two-time Olympic medallist Bryony Page won the women's synchronised gold for Britain with Isabelle Songhurst at the European Championships ©Getty Images

Britain's Bryony Page and Isabelle Songhurst claimed women's synchronised trampoline gold on the penultimate day of the European Championships in Trampoline, Tumbling and Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT) in Rimini, while Germany’s Fabian Vogel and Matthias Pfleiderer won the equivalent men's event.

Two-time Olympic medallist and reigning world champion Page is among the favourites for tomorrow's individual trampoline event, and performed well with Songhurst at the Fiera Expo and Convention Centre.

The pair scored 47.750 from their routine, with nearest challengers Romana Schuring and Niamh Slattery of The Netherlands posting 46.970.

Georgia’s Teona Janjgava and Anano Apakidze were only 0.020 further back in third place.

Sofia Correia and Ingrid Maior of Portugal were fourth with 45.510.

Vogel claimed a bronze in the men's synchronised event last year alongside Caio Lauxtermann.

He and Pfleiderer proved too strong for the rest of the field, scoring 50.800 to take gold.

Portugal’s Diogo Abreu and Pedro Ferreira took silver with 50.550, and Nikolaos Savvidis and Marios Grapsas of Greece rounded off the podium with 49.760.

Denmark's Benjamin Kjaer and Teis Petersen were the best of the rest with their score of 48.760.

Britain claimed two further golds in the boys' and girls' junior team tumbling events, while Belgium took the boys' DMT team title.

Senior individual trampoline, tumbling and DMT finals are scheduled for the final day of competition tomorrow.

Russia and Belarus led the medals table at last year's Championships in Sochi, but have been banned from this edition due to the invasion of Ukraine.