Reshmie Oogink, in red, will be the only Dutch Taekwondo player at Tokyo 2020 ©Getty Images

The Dutch taekwondo delegation for Tokyo 2020 has been finalised, with one athlete set to participate in Japan.

Reshmie Oogink will compete in the women's over-67 kilograms category.

Oogink is to be joined by sparring partner Melissa Pagnotta and coach Edward Fong.

"I am very happy with the composition of the team,"  Oogink said.

"My sparring partner has been to Rio 2016 as an athlete and brings many qualities.

"Every workout you need to be on your toes."

Oogink has worked with Fong for several years and they have attended numerous training camps and tournaments together.

"My thanks go to everyone who has contributed to the process of getting to the Olympics," the 2017 world bronze medallist added.

"In Tokyo we go for the best performance and look for the headshots!"

Pagnotta, who won a gold medal in the under-67kg class at the 2011 Pan American Games, representing Canada, said her role is to help Oogink prepare as best she can.

In training, Pagnotta said they "push each other to the limit" and that she "cannot wait to see Oogink perform in Tokyo."

Fong, who coached Pagnotta in Canada, said: "It's good to be here in The Netherlands.

"It has been a long Olympic journey towards the Games.

"The team is working hard to get ready for the final weeks."

Fong insisted he is "excited and happy with Oogink’s progress in training".

Oogink competed for The Netherlands at Rio 2016, reaching then quarter-finals, where she lost to eventual bronze medallist Jackie Galloway of the United States.