The New Zealand team was in second place overall after two days of the ITF taekwondo world championships in Dublin yesterday. The team won two gold medals, one silver and three bronze in their latest efforts, with Wellington’s Wesley Feliki defending his world power breaking title, while 17-year-old junior Bianca Koper of Auckland won gold in the junior female 65kg sparring. The silver medal came from Christchurch’s Helen Caley in the special techniques. Palmerston North’s Alex Petrovich won his third bronze of the tournament, this time in the junior male pattern second Dan. Another bronze medal went to Auckland junior Aiden Campbell in the special techniques and Tauranga’s Frances Lloyd picking up her second bronze of tournament overall with bronze in the same event where Koper won gold.