World Taekwondo Grand Prix Day 1

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Copper Box Arena.

World Taekwondo Grand Prix Day 1

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ADULT PREMIUM SEAT £22.00 (£20.00) Transaction fee applicable *
SENIOR/STUDENT PREMIUM SEAT £16.50 (£15.00) Transaction fee applicable *
JUNIOR PREMIUM SEAT £11.00 (£10.00) Transaction fee applicable *
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9-5.30 All preliminary matches and Quarter Finals
6.15-22.00 Pre Show Semi Finals and Finals

Female -67kg
Male -68kg
Male +80kg

The World Taekwondo Grand Prix and World Para Taekwondo Championships will
bring world class Taekwondo back to the capital for the first time since
London 2012.

The World Taekwondo Grand Prix will see the world's best athletes once
again coming together to compete not just for the Grand Prix title, but
also for valuable ranking points in the lead up to the Tokyo 2020
Olympic Games. The cream of British talent - including Olympic medallists
Jade Jones, Bianca Walkden and Lutalo Muhammad - will be kicking for glory,
and your support could make all the difference! They will be joined at
the event by the world's leading 250 athletes across eight different
weight categories.

For the first time, the World Para Taekwondo Championships are being
hosted in the UK, ahead of the sport making its Paralympic debut at Tokyo
2020. Britain's leading Paralympic star, Amy Truesdale, will be leading
the battle against the world's very best with the hopes of securing
ranking points towards her first ever Paralympic Games, alongside a
cohort of fresh talent from the 2016 Fighting Chance initiative.
Watch newcomers, Lief Thobroe, Matt Bush and Joseph Lane in action for
the very first time on home soil!