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Bradly Sinden

DATE OF BIRTH
September 19 1998

WEIGHT
-68kg

CAREER HIGH
Gold at the Junior European and bronze at the 2017 World Championships

CAREER RESULTS

2018 Grand Prix (Manchester)
Bronze

2018 Riga Open
Gold

2018 Grand Prix (Moscow)
Silver

2018 Luxembourg Open
Silver

2018 Grand Prix (Rome)
Bronze

2018 European Championships
Bronze

2018 US Open
Bronze

2017 French Open
Gold

2017 Grand Prix (London)
Silver

2017 World Championships
Bronze

2017 Moldova Open
Silver

2017 President's Cup (Europe)
Silver

2017 President's Cup (Africa)
Bronze

2017 Belgian Open
Bronze

2016 French Open
Silver

2016 Serbia Open
Bronze

2016 Dutch Open
Bronze

2015 European Championships (junior)
Gold

2015 Dutch Open (junior)
Gold

2014 Commonwealth Championships (junior)
Gold

2013 Austrian Open (junior)
Bronze

2013 Belgian Open (junior)
Bronze

2012 Belgian Open (cadet)
Silver

About Bradly

Bradly began his Taekwondo journey by following in the footsteps of his sister and joined the GB Academy after having competed on the National Junior Team.

In 2015, Bradly won the Junior European Championships by beating Nikola Djurdjevic of Serbia.

Since then, he has cemented his place on the senior circuit by medalling at the Dutch, Austrian and Belgian Opens and most notably won bronze at the 2017 World Championships in Muju, which was followed by a silver medal at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in London.


60 SECOND INTERVIEW

WHEN DID YOU START TAEKWONDO AND WHY:
My sister started Taekwondo first and when I was old enough to do it, I took up the sport too.

OTHER SPORTS PLAYED:
Quite a lot, I played football, badminton, handball and basketball at school.

AMBITION:
To win the Olympics.

ROLE MODEL/FAVOURITE OTHER SPORTSMAN OR WOMAN:
Sarah Stevenson because she was from Doncaster too. When I was younger, I saw her winning bronze at Beijing (2008) and I thought to myself, that’s what I really want to do.

WHY SHOULD THE PUBLIC WATCH TAEKWONDO IN YOUR OPINION?
When watching the sport, you see athletes doing all these amazing techniques and you think how is that possible? It’s really fun to watch.

IF SOMEONE GAVE YOU £1 MILLION, WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH IT:
I’d probably take my mum on holiday to anywhere that she wants to go! She’s supported me throughout the years so it’d be nice to give back.

SOMETHING YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT BRADLY SINDEN:
I used to play the tuba in school.


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