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from BBC Sport

Rio Olympics 2016: Lutalo Muhammad suffers agonising last-second taekwondo defeat

Great Britain's Lutalo Muhammad suffered an agonising last-second defeat in the men's -80kg taekwondo final - losing 8-6 to Cheick Sallah Cisse of the Ivory Coast. World number four Muhammad, 25, led 6-4 but was hit by a reverse turning kick with the last action of the final.

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from RadioTimes

This interview with taekwondo fighter Lutalo Muhammad is the most painful thing you will see at the Olympics

The British athlete, nicknamed the 'Walthamstow Warrior', breaks down in tears after losing the gold medal match in the final second

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Lutalo Muhammad - Taekwondo - Olympic Silver Winner 2016 #kwon #taekwondo…

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from Mail Online

GB's taekwondo star breaks down in tears after final-second defeat

Team GB's taekwondo star Lutalo Muhammad broke down in tears after losing…

from Mail Online

GB's taekwondo star breaks down in tears after final-second defeat

Team GB's taekwondo star Lutalo Muhammad broke down in tears after losing out on a gold medal in an agonising final-second defeat

Silver medalist Lutalo Muhammad of Great Britain poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's Taekwondo -80kg Contest on Day 14 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Carioca Arena 3 on August 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

from the Guardian

Bolt's Olympic farewell and Muhammad's Olympic heartbreak: Rio 2016, day 14 – in pictures

A heartbroken and tearful Lutalo Muhammad of Great Britain is consoled by his father after losing to Cheick Sallah Cisse of Ivory Coast in the last second of the men’s taekwondo -80kg gold medal final

Great Britain's Lutalo Muhammad suffered an agonising last-second defeat in the men's -80kg taekwondo final - losing 8-6 to Cheick Sallah Cisse of the Ivory Coast.

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from the Guardian

Olympics 2016 daily briefing: a triple treble, a hockey gold, but relays go awry

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from LExpress.fr

JO-2016: Premier titre olympique de la Côte d'Ivoire avec Cheick Cissé en taekwondo

Rio de Janeiro - L'Ivoirien Cheick Cissé a remporté vendredi à Rio le tout premier titre olympique de son pays, en s'imposant à la dernière seconde (8-6) contre le Britannique Lutalo Muhammad en taekwondo, dans la catégorie des moins de 80 kg.