The Olympic Taekwondo athlete and MN2S client takes home the top prize in the world’s most prestigious Taekwondo competition.
MN2S talent Bradly Sinden has won a gold medal at the 2023 World Taekwondo Championships. Representing Great Britain, Bradley has taken home the gold medal in the men’s -68kg category at the event in Baku, Azerbaijian. As the number 1 seed, Sinden had a commanding performance throughout the tournament, culminating in a victory in the final against Ho-Jun Jin of Korea. Sinden’s precise counter kicks and strong defense helped him secure a 16-9 victory in the final round.
Bradly Sinden is a Taekwondo athlete best known previously for claiming a silver medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. After making his mark on the junior circuit, Bradly took first place at the 2015 Junior European Championships, going on to score a Bronze medal at the 2017 World Championships. He then landed a historic win at the 2019 World Championships, taking home the title of Great Britain’s first male World Champion, before finding success at the Olympics in 2020.