Aaron Cook

Aaron Cook made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He lost in the bronze medal match to Zhu Guo of China. He announced himself on the global senior stage after winning gold at the 2007 Germany Open at the age of just sixteen. Cook went on ...

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Abigail Stones

Abigail is seen as one of the rising stars of British Taekwondo after winning gold at the World Junior Taekwondo Championships in Taipei on March 25th 2014. Originally from Liverpool, the 15-year-old will soon be relocating to Manchester for an increased t...

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Christian McNeish

Christian first took up taekwondo at 16-years-old in order to fulfil his ambition of competing at an Olympic Games. Before this, Christian had a very successful junior career in kickboxing, in which he was crowned WAKO Junior World and Junior European Champ...

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Jade Jones

Jones was the first British athlete to win an Olympic teakwondo title when she took gold at London 2012 at the age of 19. A performance she was rewarded for by being awarded an MBE after being named among the 2013 New Year’s honours list. She has si...

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Martin stamper

Martin Stamper won an impressive bronze medal at the 2011 World Championships – a feat he puts down to the birth of his child, Ava. Also a European silver and bronze medallist, Stamper is a keen poker player and would like to make a living from it af...

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Michael Harvey

Michael Harvey made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. At the 2009 British Championships Harvey beat France's Stevens Barclais 7-3 to take gold in the -63kg at the Manchester Regional Arena. As a junior Harvey claimed a Junior Euro...

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Sarah Stevenson

Sarah Stevenson is the most successful taekwondo athlete in British history. She became Britain’s first ever world champion in 2001 and won the nation’s maiden taekwondo Olympic medal in 2008. Stevenson had already competed at Sydney 2000, fini...

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