Arden University Student, Bradly Sinden, has been crowned the men's -68kg taekwondo world champion for a second time.
Representing Great Britain, the world number one beat South Korea's Jin Ho-jun in this weekend’s final at the World Taekwondo Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Bradly, an Accounting and Finance Student with Arden, as well as a silver medallist at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, won 3-2 in the first round before taking the second 16-9.
His recent win adds to his 2019 title and improves on his silver in 2022, when he suffered a shock defeat in the final by South Korean Kwon Do-yun.
Speaking after his latest gold, Bradly said: “I came here with one job and that was to get my title back. Now I can officially say I’m a double world champion.”
Bradly is now expected to turn his attention towards the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
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