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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Follow the World Taekwondo Grand Prix Finals on the BBC

    All times are GMT and subject to change.

    You can watch all of the action from the semi-final stage onwards on the BBC Sport website & app as well as on Connected TVs, and all of our coverage will be available for catch-up on the BBC iPlayer.

    Friday 6 December

    Semi-finals: 15:25-19:30 - BBC Sport website and app

    Saturday 7 December

    Finals and bronze medal matches: 06:30-11:00 - BBC Sport website and app

  2. Brits in action in Moscow

    Bianca Walkden
    Image caption: Bianca Walkden celebrates winning gold at the 2019 World Championships

    The Grand Prix Finals are the culmination of the 2019 World Taekwondo Grand Prix Series, which saw the world’s best compete across three events in Rome, Chiba and Sofia.

    The finals are taking place in Moscow and there is more than just medals on the line – the champions in each weight category earn their nation a place at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

    Jade Jones leads a strong British contingent which includes five more athletes, each of which have won medals in the earlier Grand Prix contests this year.

    Doncaster’s Bradly Sinden won his first World Championship medal in Manchester earlier this year and will compete in the men’s 68kg category, while triple world champion Bianca Walkden is among the favourites in the top women’s weight class, the +67kg.

    Lauren Williams, from Caerphilly, is a double European champion and will be competing in the women’s 67kg category, with Christian McNeish and Mahama Cho completing the British roster in Russia.

  3. How to get into taekwondo

    BBC Sport

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

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

    An Olympic discipline, 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.