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Summary

  1. GB's Mahama Cho loses to Abdoul Issoufou in the men's +87kg final and takes the silver medal
  2. Cho defeated Roman Kuznetsov (Rus) 22-4 in the men's +87kg semi-finals earlier
  3. GB's two-time Olympic gold medalist Jade Jones was involved earlier in the women's -57kg quarter-finals
  4. Jones beat Chen Yu-chua (Tpe) 11-8 to progress to the semi-finals and secures at least bronze
  5. Bradly Sinden also secures at least bronze in the men's -63kg, beating Jaouad Achab (Bel) in the quarter-finals
  6. GB have now secured four medals

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All times stated are UK

Mahama Cho wins silver

GB's Mahama Cho defeated Roman Kuznetsov (Rus) 22-4 in the men's +87kg semi-finals but lost to Abdoul Issoufou in the final and takes the silver medal.

Mahama Cho
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Jones and Sinden make semi-finals

GB's two-time Olympic gold medalist Jade Jones was involved earlier today in the women's -57kg quarter-finals.

Jones beat Taiwanese fighter Chen Yu-chua 11-8 to progress to the semi-finals.

GB's Bradly Sinden also secured at least bronze in the men's -63kg, beating Jaouad Achab (Bel) in the quarter-finals.

Watch Bianca Walkden win gold

Yesterday GB's Bianca Walkden convincingly defeated Jackie Galloway yesterday (USA) 14-4 to win gold.

Bianca Walkden outclasses Jackie Galloway to claim her second world championship crown

What's the format?

The duration of the contest is three rounds of two minutes each, with a one-minute rest period between rounds.

In case of a tie after the completion of the third round, a fourth round of one minute will be conducted as the Golden Point round, after a one-minute rest period following the third round.

The final match score shall be the sum of points of the three rounds.

Bianca Walkden (left)
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What's on?

World Taekwondo Championships 2017

The World Taekwondo Championships this year take place in Muju, South Korea. The championships are made up of eight different weight classes for both men and women.