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Jade Jones: Olympic Winner Aims To Become A ‘Legend’

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Jade Jones wants to become “a legend” by winning a second Olympic Taekwondo gold medal at Rio 2016.

The 22-year-old Welsh competitor took the -57kg title at London 2012 when still a teenager.

Jones lost form after London, but has re-established herself as world number one after winning the latest World Grand Prix event in Manchester.

“The hunger has come back now because I want to be a double Olympic champion. I want to be a legend,” she said.

“Winning the Olympics was an amazing feeling, but afterwards it was a bit like ‘what do I do now’.

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