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Summary

  1. Coverage from 08:00 BST
  2. Jade Jones, Bradly Sinden and Damon Sansum competing for GB
  3. Jones loses to South Korea's Ah-Reum Lee in -57kg semi-final to win bronze medal
  4. Sinden wins bronze after losing to Olympic champion Shuai Zhao in -63kg semi-final
  5. Sansum loses to Russia's Sansum to win bronze

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Who's won gold?

Women's -57kg - South Korea's Ah-Reum Lee beats Turkey's Hatice Kubra Ilgun 7-5

Men's -63kg - China's Shuai Zhao beats Iran's Mirhashem Hosseini 11-5

Women's -62kg - Ivory Coast's Ruth Gbagbi beats Iran's Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin 19-9

Men's -80kg - Azerbaijan's Milad Beigi Harchegani beats Russia's Anton Kotkov 21-3

Great Britain's Jade Jones takes bronze

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones took home a bronze medal after losing in the semi-finals to Ah-Reum Lee.

You can find out more about the 24-year-old's defeat here.

Can Jones complete Olympic & World Championship double?

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones is hoping to win the World Championship title that has eluded her in the Korean home of taekwondo.

Jones, 24, has never won the global title with her leading result a silver medal won in 2011.

She is facing Ah-Reum Lee in the semi-finals of the -57kg category.

Jade Jones (right)
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Today's Schedule

Women's -57kg semi-finals (including GB's Jade Jones)

Men's -63kg semi-finals (including GB's Bradly Sinden)

Women's -62kg semi-finals

Men's -80kg semi-finals (including GB's Damon Sansum)

Women's -57kg final

Men's -63kg final

Women's -62kg final

Men's -80kg final

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.