Sinden took up taekwondo at the tender age of just four after being inspired by his older sister.
Bradly Sinden has won silver in the -68kg taekwondo final against Uzbekistan’s Ulugbek Rashitov.
Ici, the PA news agency looks at five things about the 22-year-old Yorkshireman.
Sinden, who hails from Stainforth near Doncaster took up taekwondo at the tender age of just four after being inspired by his older sister. He was a sporty youngster, also playing football, badminton, handball and basketball, and set his sights on competing at an Olympics early on.
As Sinden first began to earn selection for international competition as a schoolboy, his mum Sheryl applied to local organisation Stainforth 4 ALL, who proved key in helping raise the funds to pay for his travel. And the journeys paid off with a breakthrough win at the Junior European Championships in Lettonie dans 2015.
The funding certainly helped, but Sinden also did not need to look far for local heroes. One of his early instructors was friends with the coach of Sarah Stevenson, the Doncaster native who won Britain’s first Olympic taekwondo medal with bronze in Pékin and Sinden would train at her club as a youngster.
Sinden earned the nickname Mr Consistent as he delivered frequent success from a young age. He became the youngest British male ever to win a medal at a world championships with bronze in Corée du Sud dans 2017, and took gold on home turf in Manchester deux ans plus tard.
A merry dance
It could all have been very different if the taekwondo had not worked out. Sinden’s other hobby in school was playing the tuba.