Manchester’s -68kg taekwondo player Jordan Gayle only just qualified for the first round of the Grand Prix Series, which takes place in Moscow between August 14-16, before September’s round in Turkey and then his home city the month after.
Manchester taekwondo star Jordan Gayle hopes his home event in October as part of the 2015 World Grand Prix Series will be a positive end to 2015 after several lows so far.
Mahama Cho missed out on selection for London 2012, meaning the forthcoming European Games in Baku from June 12-28 will be his first taste of a major multi-sport event.
Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones wants to add World Championships gold to her CV after a flying start to 2015 when she heads into battle at the May 12-18 tournament in Russia.
Lutalo Muhammad, Great Britain’s male representative in the -87kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, already has his eye on the 2016 Rio Olympics after a fine start to 2015.
Manchester’s Jordan Gayle, Britain’s male representative in the -63kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, says his home nation’s squad is one of the best.
Manchester’s Mahama Cho, Great Britain’s male representative in the +87kg category for the May 12-18 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia, is looking to turn a rollercoaster season around.
Rachelle Booth, Jordan Gayle and Michael Harvey are all home grown competitors looking to build on their successes in the city which should give them a huge boost.