Jan 5, 2014
TAEKWONDO: Cook reclaims world number one spot
BACK AT NUMBER ONE: Dorchester's Aaron Cook in action against Russia's Albert Gaun in the -80kg semi-final, during the World Grand Prix Series in Manchester The Dorchester -born fighter quit the Great Britain set up in 2011 and was later overlooked for London 2012, with eventual bronze medallist Lutalo Muhammad being handed the spot instead.
Cook not ready for GB Taekwondo return
Aaron Cook has vowed to continue fighting for the Isle of Man and not the GB Taekwondo programme after reclaiming world number one status.
Taekwondo - Samsun beats Cook to claim a
Damon Sansum gave British selectors a timely reminder of his skills with a victory over Aaron Cook at taekwondo's French Open.
GB's Jones secures Grand Prix silver
The 20-year-old's success followed victories for fellow Britons Mahama Cho and Lutalo Muhammad , while Isle of Man fighter Aaron Cook won bronze behind rival Muhammad.
Aaron Cook has no intentions of returning to Team GB fold after London 2012 snub
Aaron Cook insists he has no intentions of returning to the Great Britain fold after falling short in his quest to land a domestic grudge match against his Olympic nemesis Lutalo Muhammad in the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.