Britain overcame Spain to win a third European title in four editions ©IWBF

Britain regained the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Men's European Championship Division A title by overpowering Spain in Wałbrzych.

The British team had contested the previous three European Championship finals, winning in both 2013 and 2015, before surrendering their title to Turkey in Tenerife two years ago.

Britain stormed into a 36-21 half-time lead at the Aqua Zdrój sports venue in the Polish town.

Haj Bhania's men let their experience tell in the second half and they reclaim the European title with a 77-52 win.

Terry Bywater scored 19 points as teammate Harrison Brown contributed 12 points, while Spain's Agustin Alejos Alonso top-scored with 23 points.

Defending champions Turkey secured the bronze medal with a 76-65 victory over Germany.

Özgür Gürbulak and Uğur Toprak led the Turkish attack, contributing 22 and 15 points, respectively.

The Netherlands finished fifth with a 95-46 victory against France.

Italy won the battle for seventh place by defeating Poland 84-72.