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.
- GB's Mahama Cho loses to Abdoul Issoufou in the men's +87kg final and takes the silver medal
- Cho defeated Roman Kuznetsov (Rus) 22-4 in the men's +87kg semi-finals earlier
- GB's two-time Olympic gold medalist Jade Jones was involved earlier in the women's -57kg quarter-finals
- Jones beat Chen Yu-chua (Tpe) 11-8 to progress to the semi-finals and secures at least bronze
- Bradly Sinden also secures at least bronze in the men's -63kg, beating Jaouad Achab (Bel) in the quarter-finals
- GB have now secured four medals
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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.
Yesterday GB's Bianca Walkden convincingly defeated Jackie Galloway yesterday (USA) 14-4 to win gold.
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.Copyright: Getty Images
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.