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2022 World Taekwondo Grand Prix results, full match replays

We’re watching Taekwondo! #Manchester2022WTGP

2022 World Taekwondo Grand Prix live stream, highlights, results and updates
2022 World Taekwondo Grand Prix
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The 2022 World Taekwondo Grand Prix continues on today in Manchester, UK with Series 3 of the yearly competition running between October 21 and 23. The event features the worlds best Taekwondoin fighting it out for gold medals and qualification places at the next Olympic Games.

The 2022 Grand Prix has already seen events in Rome and Paris. The Manchester stop is the penultimate series this year. The final Grand Prix venue is slated to be Wuxi, China on December 12.

The Grand Prix features 256 athletes from 61 countries, plus a world Refugee team. The event features eight weight divisions (four for men and four for women). Currently South Korea lead the 2022 medal table with 9 total medals. Behind them are Turkey with 5 and France with 4.

All of the action from Manchester is being streamed free on YouTube. You can watch it all right here on Bloody Elbow below. So hang out and watch some traditional martial arts (and chat about it in the comments below).

We’ll also update this page with all the results and highlights of anything you might have missed.

Day 1

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Women’s -49kg

Gold: Panipak Wongpattanakit (THA)
Silver: Merve Dincel (TUR)
Bronze: Qing Guo (CHN), Adriana Cerezo Iglesias (ESP)

Men’s -58kg

Gold: Taejoon Park (KOR)
Silver: Mohamed Khalil Jendoubi (TUN)
Bronze: Jack Woolley (IRL), Vito Dell’aquila (ITA)

Day 2

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Women -57kg

Gold: Zongshi Luo (CHN)
Silver: Jade Jones (GBR)
Bronze: Anastasija Zolotic (USA), Hatice Kubra Ilgun (TUR)

Men -68kg

Gold: Ho-jun Jin (KOR)
Silver: Zaid Kareem (JOR)
Bronze: Khalfani Harris (USA), Bradly Sinden (GBR)

Women -67kg

Gold: Magda Wiet Henin (FRA)
Silver: Aleksandra Perisic (SRB)
Bronze: Lauren Williams (GBR), Petra Stolbova (CZE)

Day 3

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Men -80kg

Gold: Geon-woo Seo (KOR)
Silver: Simone Alessio (ITA)
Bronze: Firas Katousi (TUN), Hwan Namgoong (KOR)

Women +67kg

Gold: Lorena Brandl (GER)
Silver: Althea Laurin (FRA)
Bronze: Aleksandra Kowalczuk (POL), Lei Xu (CHIN)

Men +80kg

Gold: Maicon Siqueira (BRA)
Silver: Caden Cunningham (GBR)
Bronze: Emre Kutalmis Atesu (TUR), Cheick Sallah Cisse (CIV)