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  1. GB's Bianca Walkden defends her title in the women's +67kg; Lauren Williams wins women's -67kg final
  2. GB's Jade Jones and Bradly Sinden both beaten in gold medal matches
  3. 18 year-old Rebecca McGowan beaten in +67kg bronze medal match
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  5. Coverage provided by Shanghai Jijin Sports

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All times stated are UK

  1. Schedule


    Bronze medal bouts will be followed by the finals in these weight categories.

    Women’s -49kg

    Men’s -58kg

    Women’s -57kg

    Men’s -68kg

    Women’s -67kg

    Men’s -80kg

    Women’s +67kg

    Men’s +80kg

  2. British interest

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    Video caption: Manchester Grand Prix: Lauren Williams wins Taekwondo gold for Great Britain

    European champion Lauren Williams is aiming to add to herfirst title in Manchesterwon in October. Williams joins Olympic champion Jade Jones in GB's 10-strong team for the event.

    Williams, 19, is ranked fourth in the global standings for the women's -67kg division and will face 16 of the strongest competitors from her category at the competition in Wuxi.

    Bianca Walkden won the women's heavyweight division at this event last year and won all four of last season's Grand Prix events, but finished this season without a Grand Prix victory after successive losses to China's Olympic champion Shuyin Zhen.

    Full GB squad:Jade Jones (-57kg), Bianca Walkden (+67kg), Lauren Williams (-67kg), Lutalo Muhammad (+80kg), Mahama Cho (+80kg), Damon Sansum (-80kg), Bradly Sinden (-68kg), Kyla Juliet (-57kg), Rebecca McGowan (+67kg) and Jordyn Smith (-49kg).

  3. I'll buy another pizzeria if I win Worlds - Walkden

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    Video caption: Taekwondo World Championships: 'I'll buy another Pizzeria if I win' - Walkden

    Bianca Walkden would spend her prize money on another pizzeria if she wins this weekend’s World Taekwondo Grand Slam in China.

  4. What is the 2018 World Taekwondo Grand Slam?

    This is the second edition of the World Taekwondo Grand Slam Champions Series and takes place from 12-16 December in Wuxi, China. It is the finale of the Taekwondo season following the five main Grand Prix events this year.

    The world’s top 16 athletes of each eight Olympic weight categories will feature (four male and four female).

    Bouts are decided by best of three, two-minute rounds. A tie after three rounds will be decided by a Golden Round. The male medal matches will be decided by best of five rounds.

    Shuyin Zheng of China
  5. Get Inspired: How to get into Taekwondo

    Korea-inspired taekwondo requires patience, self-discipline, dedicated training - and seriously flexible legs!

    Taekwondo requires effective self-defence, strength development and cardiovascular fitness, all developed through a combination of mental and physical training.

    Information about where you can locate your nearest club can be found on the British Taekwondo, British Taekwondo Council, Taekwondo Association of Northern Ireland, Taekwondo Scotland and Taekwondo Cymru websites.

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    Video caption: 'You don't have to be fastest or strongest'