London 2012: Cook vows to 'keep fighting' for Olympic taekwondo place

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Cook vows to 'keep on fighting'

Team GB hopeful Aaron Cook says he will "keep fighting" for an Olympic place after British Taekwondo rejected his appeal against the selection of Lutalo Muhammad in the under-80kg category.

Cook has lost three appeals against the decision and is considering taking his fight to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but the British Olympic Association's deadline for confirming all athletes' selection for the Games is 6 July.

Cook believes official selectors feel "let down" by his decision to quit British Taekwondo's World Class Performance programme last year, and adds he would welcome a fight-off with Muhammad for the Olympic place.

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