World Taekwondo Grand Slam: Bianca Walkden & Lauren Williams win gold for GB

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GB's Lauren Williams & Bianca Walkden win gold

Bianca Walkden and Lauren Williams both won gold for Great Britain at the World Taekwondo Grand Slam finals in China.

Walkden beat American Madelynn Gorman-Shore to defend her +67kg title, while Williams beat Turkey's Nur Tatar Askari in the -67kg class.

Jade Jones lost her -57kg final to China's Lijun Zhou, while Rebecca McGowan missed out on +67kg bronze.

Bradley Sinden was the only British men's finalist and lost to home fighter Shuai Zhao in the -68kg category.

More than £54,000 is available to the winner of each division - the largest prize fund in the history of the sport.

"I'm over the moon. I couldn't be any happier. I wanted to finish off with a gold and I did," said Walkden after her victory.

"She really give me a good fight but deep down I was so hungry to win."

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