Dublin taekwondo star Jack Woolley has secured his place at next summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Woolley had to wait until the final qualifying event took place before his place at the Olympics was guaranteed.
The Tallaght native enjoyed immense success throughout 2019, where he landed gold medals in the Australian and Turkish Open and he will now become the first Irish athlete to compete in taekwondo at the Olympics.
The 21-year-old also won silver medal at the US Open and the European Championships.
And as a result of Friday's outcome, where Chinese rival Yushuai Liang failed to reach the final of the World Taekwondo Grand Slam, the South Dublin Taekwondo star secured his spot at the 2020 Games.
"I'm just relieved to be honest," said Woolley, speaking to The Echo.
"We got really excited about this two weeks ago, thinking we had done it, and then when we heard it might not happen, it was just the worst feeling in the world.
"But now that I’ve qualified, I’m just so relieved. I’m still waiting for it to sink in.
Historic day for Irish Taekwondo.— South Dublin TKD (@southdubtkd) December 20, 2019
Jack Woolley has secured auto-qualification for the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Congratulations Jack on a momentous achievement.
Onto the next chapter....
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