While this is Munro’s world championship debut, Truesdale, 32, from Chester is aiming for a hat-trick of world titles having struck gold in 2014 and 2017. She also took bronze at Tokyo 2020, shrugging off a semi-final defeat to defeat Iranian Rayeheh Shahab in the K44, +58kg repechage.
Londoner Lane, 23, was a late call-up into the Paralympics GB squad, replacing injured heavyweight, Matt Bush, a world title winner in 2019. However, he was selected for the worlds two years ago and is determined to return with his first major medal.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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