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Bianca Walkden

Bianca Walkden

Taekwondo practitioner
Bianca Walkden
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Intro Taekwondo practitioner
Is Martial artist Athlete Taekwondo athlete
From United Kingdom
Type Sports
Gender female
Birth 29 September 1991, Liverpool
Age 30 years
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Biography

Bianca Walkden (born 29 September 1991) is a British taekwondo practitioner and a member of the GB Taekwondo Academy. She represented Great Britain at 2016 summer olympic games winning a bronze medal.
In May 2015, Walkden won the gold medal in the +73kg category at the 2015 World Taekwondo Championships in Russia beating Gwladys Epangue in the final. She became only the second Briton to win a world title after Sarah Stevenson in 2001 and 2011, and the third to win a global title after Stevenson and Jade Jones' Olympic success in 2012.
She is from Liverpool, England.

Taekwondo medals

Year Competition Venue Position Notes
2008 British International Open Manchester 1st +72 kg
2008 Belgian Open Herentals 2nd +72 kg
2009 British International Open Manchester 1st +73 kg
2009 Belgian Open Herentals 1st +72 kg
2009 Chuncheon Open Chuncheon 3rd +73 kg
2009 French Open Paris 3rd +67 kg
2010 2010 European Taekwondo Championships Saint Petersburg 3rd +73 kg
2010 1st SportAccord Games Beijing 1st +73 kg
2010 British International Open Manchester 1st +73 kg
2010 French Open Paris 1st +67 kg
2011 British International Open Manchester 1st +73 kg
2012 Dutch Open Eindhoven 2nd -67 kg
2012 Serbian Open Belgrade 1st +73 kg
2012 Swiss Open Lausanne 1st +67 kg
2012 French Open Paris 1st +67 kg
2013 French Open Paris 1st +67 kg
2016 Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro 3rd +67 kg

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