Morocco's Mohammed Aatif will be hoping to put the pain of losing in the final of last year's African Para Taekwondo Open behind him as he aims to win gold at the second edition of the competition later this month.
Japan’s Chikara Ito has moved up six positions to 12th in the K44 men’s under 61 kilograms Para-taekwondo world rankings after winning top honours at last month’s US Open in Las Vegas.
Belarus will replace Russia as the host of this year's European Para-Taekwondo Championships, it has been announced.
Shauna-Kay Hines has become the first Jamaican to win a medal at an international Para-taekwondo event after she claimed silver at the US Open in Las Vegas.
London has been chosen as the host city for the 2017 World Para Taekwondo Championships.
Seven athletes participated at the British National Para Taekwondo Poomsae Championships in Nottingham.
Rwanda has been chosen to host the second edition of the African Para Taekwondo Open, scheduled to be held in March next year.
The United States’ Corbin Stacey has risen two places to number two in the latest Para-taekwondo world rankings after winning the K44 men's over 75 kilograms final at last month’s Oceania Open Championships in Suva.
Taekwondo Canada, Sport Burnaby and the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) collaborated to provide a free seminar on Para-taekwondo, as a legacy of the World Junior Championships.
Corbin Stacey has targeted competing at the 2019 Parapan American Games in Lima, with the American taekwondo player indicating success could encourage him to set his sights on the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has released the Para-taekwondo world rankings for November, which see Croatia’s Ivan Mikulic remain top of the men’s K44 over 75 kilograms category.
Hadi Hassanzada has become the first Para-taekwondo athlete to compete at an international competition under the flag of the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF).
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has released the Para-taekwondo world rankings for October, which have seen yet more changes following the European Championships in Warsaw.
Russia proved to be the dominant nation at the European Para-Taekwondo Championships as they clinched six gold medals during the one-day event at the Sport Hall "Torwar" in Warsaw.
A record-breaking 147 athletes from 32 countries have entered the European Para Taekwondo Championships, which are due to take place at the Sport Hall "Torwar" in Warsaw tomorrow, the sport’s worldwide governing body has announced.