Sierra Leone has broken into the top 100 in world taekwondo rankings for the first time in history, all due to the outstanding performance of George Edward Holland at the recent World Taekwondo Championships. Holland won a silver medal in the men's under-68 kg category, which was enough to boost Sierra Leone's overall ranking.
Holland's achievement is a major breakthrough for taekwondo in Sierra Leone. The sport has been growing in popularity in recent years, but this is the first time that the country has had a representative in the top 100. Holland's success is sure to inspire other young people in Sierra Leone to take up taekwondo, and it could help to put the country on the map in the world of martial arts.
Holland is a talented athlete who has been training hard for many years. He is a role model for young people in Sierra Leone, and his achievement is a source of national pride for all Sierra Leoneans. Holland is sure to represent his country with distinction in the years to come.