British fighter Jade Jones won bronze at the World Taekwondo Grand Final as team-mate Bianca Walkden secured Team GB an additional spot at subsequent year’s Rio Olympics.
Jones, 22, beat Swede Nikita Glasnovic in the third-spot fight-off in Mexico.
The London 2012 gold medallist had already secured a -57kg location for Britain at Rio 2016.
Walkden lost in the quarter-finals, but earned adequate points to guarantee Britain an Olympic +67kg berth.
The season-ending event in Mexico City was the final opportunity for fighters to secure the prime-six world ranking that would secure their nation a Rio spot – some thing Briton Lutalo Muhammad accomplished with -80kg victory on Saturday.
Earlier this year, many in the sport thought Walkden would struggle to qualify having suffered a significant knee-ligament injury in 2014.
Nevertheless, the European champion won the Planet Championship in Might and climbed to globe quantity two after Grand Prix accomplishment.
“Even even though I lost right now I nevertheless had a wonderful year,” Walkden wrote on her Facebook web page.
The 24-year-old, who lost to China’s Shuyin Zheng on golden point, added: “On to the next year! Bring it on!”
Group GB are assured locations for three athletes at Rio 2016, one particular in every single of the -57kg (female), +67kg (female) and -80kg (male) divisions.
GB Taekwondo will be in a position to send a single further fighter, to claim a maximum fourth berth, to the European Olympic qualification occasion in Istanbul in January.
Ivory Coast-born heavyweight Mahama Cho is the favourite to be offered that chance, with the choice set to be revealed prior to Christmas.
Only once selectors know how numerous places fighters have attained will they think about nominating athletes for the Olympic squad.
Whilst Jones and Walkden are the overwhelming favourites for their divisions, the -80kg place could go to either London 2012 bronze medallist Muhammad or planet silver medallist Damon Sansum.