Britain's Jade Jones added a women's under-57 kilogram world title to her two Olympic gold medals in front of a home crowd here at the World Taekwondo Championships.
Bianca Walkden, Jade Jones and Mahama Cho are among the leading fighters named on Great Britain’s 15-strong team to compete at the World Taekwondo Championships in Manchester next month.
GB Taekwondo performance director delighted by record-equalling medal total at Manchester Grand Prix
Gary Hall, performance director for GB Taekwondo, has declared himself "extremely pleased" by his athletes' securing of a record-equalling medal haul from the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
Great Britain's two-time Olympic gold medallist Jade Jones secured gold in the women's under-57 kilogram category on the second day of action at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix at Foro Italico in the Italian capital Rome.
Double Olympic champion Jade Jones has successfully defended her women’s under-57 kilograms title after coming out on top at the European Taekwondo Championships in Kazan.
Double Olympic champion Jade Jones and two-time world champion Bianca Walkden have been selected in the Great Britain squad for next month’s European Taekwondo Championship in Kazan.
Joseph Townsend and Jade Jones claimed an English double here today in men and women's Paratriathlon races after two action-packed and crash-heavy races.
Great Britain's double Olympic champion Jade Jones and South Korea's Tae-hun Kim will start as the players to beat at the latest leg of the World Taekwondo Grand Slam Champions Series event in Wuxi tomorrow.
The British Karate Federation (BKF) and GB Taekwondo (GBTKD) have signed a partnership agreement, backed by UK Sport.
Double Olympic champion Jade Jones delighted the home crowd at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix series event here this evening after beating reigning world gold medallist Lee Ah-Reum of South Korea in the women’s under 57 kilograms final.
Two-time reigning Olympic champion Jade Jones is among the star taekwondo athletes to have applauded the sport’s new rules being rolled out here at the 2017 World Taekwondo Championships.
British wheelchair racer Jade Jones is poised to make her International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Para-triathlon Series debut tomorrow in Yokohama.
Britain's double Olympic champion Jade Jones is among four European athletes who feature in a film which was produced before the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) President's Cup in Athens.
Jade Jones secured a gold in her first competition since December as she won the women’s under 57 kilogram competition at the World Taekwondo Federation’s President’s Cup in Athens.
Reigning Para-Taekwondo European champion Amy Truesdale of Great Britain has expressed her delight at being given the chance to train with her compatriot and double Olympic gold medallist Jade Jones.