Jade Jones has the skills she needs - but most of us think school leavers are not equipped for success, despite strong A-level performances.
The Olympic celebrations continue today as plans get underway for a welcome home party for Taekwondo champion Jade Jones.
Welsh taekwondo star Jade Jones has made history by becoming Britain's first Olympic taekwondo champion.
Flint's Olympic star Jade Jones has been to Buckingham Palace today to get her MBE.
She was the youngest British gold medal winner at London 2012, at just nineteen.
Welsh taekwondo star Jade Jones - who became the youngest British gold medal-winner at this summer's Olympics - has been inspiring the next generation of fighters in County Durham today.
She spoke to ITV Tyne Tees at Spennymoor Leisure Centre, where she was coaching youngsters with her training partner, and Spennymoor local, Jamie Abley.
Olympic gold medallist, Jade Jones, made history yesterday by becoming Britain's first Olympic taekwondo champion.
Here, she talks about the emotional and physical pressure of the competition.
Soooo tired only had 1 hour sleep ! But I'm Olympic bloody champion !!!!!! Thanks so much for the support ! OverwhelmingFrom @jadejonestkd on Twitter:
19-year-old Jade Jones from Flint showed no fear during last night's final against her opponent to secure a gold medal in the Women’s Taekwondo under 57kg.
A Gold Medal stamp to celebrate Jade Jones' gold medal win in the Women’s Taekwondo under 57kg will be available to buy from lunchtime.
Royal Mail will also paint a post box gold in Flint to commemorate the teenager's success.
The stamps will be on sale in over 500 Post Offices across the UK, including the Post Office at Church Street, Flint, and Henblas Street, Wrexham.
The 19-year-old from Flintshire showed no fear in the final against the Chinese fighter last night, closing out a 6-4 victory.
Last night's win gave Britain its first ever Olympic medal in the sport and meant Jade is the youngest competitor in Team GB to secure a medal at London 2012.