Nice Britain’s double Olympic medallist Lutalo Muhammad has introduced his retirement from taekwondo.
The 31-year-old gained bronze at his residence Olympics at London in 2012, earlier than gaining a silver medal 4 years later in Rio de Janeiro.
Muhammad says his profession has been “a blast, filled with unbelievable reminiscences and nice achievements”.
He labored as a pundit for the BBC throughout Tokyo 2020 after not being chosen to compete in Staff GB.
He stated: “It was a dream come true as a Londoner to win a medal at London 2012, my residence metropolis and turn out to be the primary British man to win an Olympic medal in taekwondo.
“Though my Olympic journey is now over, I take nice delight within the legacy that I will probably be forsaking.
“My journey has been a blast, filled with unbelievable reminiscences and nice achievements, one which I’ll all the time be glad about. I step away now figuring out that this isn’t the fairy story ending; I might have beloved to have gone for gold in Paris [2024 Olympics].
“I wish to thank my household, these at Staff GB and all the athletes, employees and coaches at GB Taekwondo for giving me the chance to go to 2 Olympic Video games and reside out my boyhood goals.
“Going ahead, I hope to pursue new alternatives that maximise all of my fight expertise. To my followers, I thanks sincerely in your assist! I do know I’ve been blessed.”