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More swimming success for Plymouth's Ben Proud

Ben Proud has won another gold medal - this time at the European Championships. Credit: John Walton/PA Wire

Plymouth's Ben Proud has won gold at the European Championships.

The double Commonwealth champion was competing in the men's 100 metres relay.

The 19-year-old did two lengths of freestyle - helping Britain to its most successful European swimming championships ever.

Ben Proud wins bronze at European Championships

Proud won two gold medals at the Commonwealth Games Credit: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Double Commonwealth champion Ben Proud has added another medal to his growing collection. It wasn't another gold though. The 19 year-old from Plymouth picked up a bronze in the 50 metre butterfly final at the European Championships in Berlin.

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Reid hoping to add to his midweek goals tally

The new football season only kicked-off last week, but there's already a Devon derby to look forward to.

Plymouth Argyle take on local rivals Exeter City at Home Park tomorrow afternoon.

Pilgrims striker Reuben Reid is hoping to get on the score-sheet again after his double in the League Cup match against Leyton Orient earlier in the week:

Sheridan hoping to make up for last season

The new football season only kicked-off last week, but there's already a Devon derby to look forward to.

Plymouth Argyle take on local rivals Exeter City at Home Park tomorrow afternoon.

Pilgrims boss John Sheridan wants to build on Tuesday's impressive second half performance against Leyton Orient in the League Cup, where Argyle came back from two goals down - only to lose on penalties.

The manager is also looking to avenge two defeats by the Grecians last season:

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Hundreds take part in Plymouth's Gay Pride

Gay Pride parade in Plymouth Credit: ITV News West Country

Hundreds of people have taken part in Plymouth's Gay Pride this lunchtime. A festival is being held on the Hoe this afternoon which will have stalls, advice shops, and live music. The deputy Lord Mayor and city MP Oliver Colvile officially opened the event.

"We are taking Gay Pride to a new level in the city and bringing our showcase to the city's front garden for all people to celebrate Plymouth's growing diversity and community richness."

"Plymouth has often been regarded as a difficult place to be LGBT - the city has a history of being a garrison town and some attitudes have been slow to change, with incidents of violence and hatred occurring."

"But Pride in Plymouth has connected the diverse group of people who make up the city's LGBT communities and enabled them to take pride in their place in the city."

– Alan Butler, from Pride in Plymouth
The parade will end at Plymouth Hoe Credit: ITV News West Country
A festival will be held on Plymouth Hoe Credit: ITV News West Country
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