BREAKING: Sinden wins Silver at Tokyo 2020

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Bradly Sinden has taken silver in Tokyo after losing to Uzebekistan’s Ulugbek Rashitov in the men’s 68kg taekwondo final.

Rashitov beat Sinden 34-29 at the Makuhari Messe Hall on Sunday, narrowly missing Team GB’s first gold of the Games.

Sinden, the reigning world champion, from Doncaster, was guaranteed a silver medal after beating China’s Zhao Shuai in the semi-finals earlier in the day.

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