Tokyo 2020 : ‘We win together, we lose together’ – Team GB Taekwondo’s success

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Tokyo 2020 : ‘We win together, we lose together’ – Team GB Taekwondo’s success” – below is their description.

Britain’s taekwondo programme received under £10m in funding for the build-up to Tokyo 2020 and have since achieved three medals.

The disappointment for Team GB’s most well known athlete in the event – Jade Jones – was responded to positively by the other members in the team, including silver medallists Bradly Sinden and Lauren Williams, who have arrived back from Tokyo and reflect on their experience.

They spoke to Sky’s Jayne Secker.

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