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Bianca Walkden beaten by arch rival Zheng Shuyin in Grand Prix final in Japan

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From Nick Hope
BBC Olympic sports reporter
World winner Bianca Walkden took silver in the World Taekwondo Grand Prix final in Japan after a golden-point loss.
It was the first meeting between the group since Walkden victory from the Olympic winner in the World Championship final in May.
There the Briton employed unconventional approaches to force Zheng to a collection of penalties, and which led to her disqualification when major 20-10.
Zheng levelled in the second to force a decider, in which she broke first, although walkden led 5-0 after the opening round in Japan.
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